The Preteen Sewer Gangbang In Stephen King's It
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It was the title of Stephen King's 18th published novel, as well as a TV miniseries adaptation starring Tim Curry as easily one of the top 5,000 scariest clowns of all time. Despite being more than three hours long, the TV version still had to make some major cuts. The easiest of which was hopefully the preteen gangbang in the sewers.
You read that right. The protagonists in It are six boys, age 12, and one girl, age 11. When they are traveling through the sewers after engaging in the "Ritual Of Chud," they get lost in the darkness and begin to panic. So, the only girl, Beverly, age 11, starts having sex with each of them. Aggressively.
Warner Bros Television"All for one, and 69 for all."
Over the course of several pages, she convinces these 6th graders to take part in a sewer orgy. She's so young that she doesn't even have the vocabulary to describe it. "You have to put your thing in me," she tells the first one. And we say "first one" because she's not sure which of her friends she's demanding sex from. Three sentences later, she's picturing her father's face. That's how fucking weird this scene gets, and it started with "preteen sewer gangbang." One of the boys ends up having a giant cock-- giant enough that it threatens to become the main crisis in the already clown-murderer-infested tunnels -- and once she gets through that, the stuttering boy gets his turn. There's no mention of his penis size, but, by the time they're finished, his stutter is cured.
Warner Bros Television"Another kid used to wet the bed till I got a hold of him. He hasn't peed in three years."
So, it's not really a question of why this scene was left out of the TV show, but why Stephen King wasn't immediately arrested. We understand defeating a clown requires you to embrace the darkness inside you, but no clown needs to be killed badly enough to turn multiple pages of your novel into child pornography.