Sunday, August 26, 2012

Good Golly

Late to the revival with this. Gives me the vapors.

Nudity on prime time U.S. broadcast TV jumped fourfold in a year, a conservative advocacy group said, calling on Congress to insist regulators do their job. ...

This represents a 407 percent increase, the group said.

The Parents Television Council said it reach its conclusions after studying TV programs from Sept. 1, 2011, to May 31. Its analysis excludes “animated nudity or suggested full nudity and only includes scenes in which individuals are completely unclothed and only the sexual organs are blurred from the viewer,” ...

Why are these people picking on Seth MacFarlane?


Anonymous said...

jester: Good gracious, exploitacious! That was random. Parents should be role models to their children instead of pointless protesting and relying someone else to be a influence on their kids. To all the parents, please watch your children...... or turn off the T.V. and play a family board game.

Tim said...

When I was a kid, all the TV nudity was on National Geographic specials (long before they had their own channel). No one complained then. Of course, none of that was animated... but then again, Porky Pig never wore pants.

Floyd Norman said...

The Western World needs professional help.

Nude natives on National Geographic is viewed as educational material while bare ass white chicks equal porn.

Back to that family board game, I guess.

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