Sex on TV: It’s increasingly uncut and unavoidable – USATODAY.com

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One Response to “Sex on TV: It’s increasingly uncut and unavoidable – USATODAY.com”

  1. jbintenn Says:

    Television has long since become too boring and predictable and this is unfortunate. I call it just being plain lazy. It is much easier for TV to resort to ‘shock value’ as a way to try and hold our attention rather than actually put together something worthy of our attention in the first place. And to me, it is an insult to my intelligence. I can think of many many other things that I could be doing worthwhile to occupy my time anyway. So I do simply turn it off and I feel better for it.

    The good news, however, is that there is a line drawn in terms of how far this stuff can go, in my mind. There is a saturation point that most people have when they will say, “enough is enough”. Because there comes a point when it does become pure trash and nothing else. I hope we have arrived there and more people will simply ‘turn if off’.

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