Saturday, March 19, 2005

I Want MTV... Off My TV

Rebecca Hagelin points us to Brent Bozell and his organization's study of programming content on MTV. Apologies in advance for the graphic (even though it's partially redacted) content.

...In 171 hours of MTV programming, PTC analysts found 1,548 sexual scenes containing 3,056 depictions of sex or various forms of nudity and 2,881 verbal sexual references. That means that children watching MTV are viewing an average of 9 sexual scenes per hour with approximately 18 sexual depictions and 17 instances of sexual dialogue or innuendo. To put this in perspective, consider that in its last study of sex on primetime network television, the PTC found an average of only 5.8 instances of sexual content during the 10 o’clock hour -- when only adults are watching.

For the strong of stomach who want to know more about what comes on in the afternoon just as tweens and teens are getting off the school bus and turning on the tube in America’s largely unsupervised homes, here’s just one example:

One Bad Trip 3/20/04 2:00 p.m.

Human-sundae eating competition: Three guys lie on stage; whipped cream is placed on their legs and chests. The three girls each straddle a guy and lick the whipped cream off.

Nate: “She’s eating whipped cream off some dude’s [bleeped ‘f---ing’] chest right now.”
Nate: “If she goes anywhere near his junk, she is so wrong.”
Next, the girls switch places and have whipped cream placed all over them, including a cherry on each breast. Guys straddle them and lick the whipped cream off. The camera zooms in close.
Nate: “Some dude is about to eat [bleeped ‘s--t’] all over her body.
Melissa, in a voiceover: “It’s a little bit strange having some random guy lick whipped cream off of me.”

Then there’s the example of the standard MTV “music” content:

Pete Pablo - “Freak-a-Leak”
“How u like it, daddy (the way she do it from the front)?
How u like it, daddy (the way she do it from the back)?
How u like it, daddy (then bring it down like that)?

“And she know why she came here
And she know where clothes suppose to be (off and over there)
[Bleeped ‘Sniff a lil’ coke, take a lil’ X, smoke a lil’ weed,’] drink a lil’ bit
I need a girl I could freak with
And wanna try [bleeped ‘s--t’] and ain’t scared of a big [bleeped ‘d--k’]
And love to get her [bleeped ‘p---y’] licked by another [bleeped ‘b---h’]
Cause I ain’t drunk enough to do that [bleeped ‘s--t’]

I’ve previously written about how MTV seeks to manipulate America’s children and how broadcast networks are targeting America’s youth. Just thought you might want to know it ain’t getting’ any better.

And in case you didn’t realize it, MTV is owned by Viacom, the same company that owns CBS (of Janet Jackson’s Super Bowl “wardrobe malfunction” and Rathergate fame.) Surprised?

Call to Action: Yes, this is the stinking, vermin-infested mindrot being spoon-fed to our kids. Harmful doesn't begin to describe it. What can you do? Call up your cable company or satellite provider... and get MTV off your set. Today.

Rebecca Hagelin: MTV keeps on rockin'
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