First: James K.A. Smith on love, desire, knowledge, change, agape, and eros. You may need to watch it twice. Don’t let the length keep you from watching, it goes fast!
Second: a great article by Brett McCracken. He will help you navigate the complexities of your own convictions and entertainment choices while examining the utterly depraved wickedness of the Netflix movie Cuties. He writes, “It seems we’ve been so blinded by confirmation bias and negative partisanship—driven more by ‘owning’ the other side than by actual positive convictions—that we’re willing to justify something heinous because we don’t like the people calling it heinous….New Pew research sadly shows that many Christians are only slightly less confused than non-Christians on sexual ethics.”