When cartoons are banned in the U.S. they’re all banned from Netflix, and now they’re banned from the world’s most popular video-on-demand service, too!

Netflix has been cracking down on cartoon cartoons, including the Cartoon Network show xnXX, but now it’s banning them from streaming in the United States.

According to the announcement, which is now live on Netflix, cartoons that feature a sexual theme, violence, racism, or any of the other content the company considers offensive will no longer be available to stream.

The ban applies to “all videos, content, and applications” that Netflix lists as being “subscriber-exclusive content” that it says are “designed for, or promoted by, a designated audience.”

The new rules apply to the company’s own streaming catalog as well as its app for Android and iOS, and it also applies to all content created by its artists.

Netflix says it’s trying to avoid “making content creators feel like they’re under the thumb of advertisers or the government,” and it’s offering a $10 credit toward a subscription.

If you already have a Netflix subscription, you can check it out at the following link.