Well, someone is, and they're pissed off at television.The Parents Television Council has released the results of its latest look into the state of network prime-time television programming, and according to the nonprofit, TV is plagued with potty-mouths, soaked in sexually charged innuendo, and gushing with gratuitous violence.My children never see the sex part of our relationship (naturally!! They see us talking, laughing, holding hands, kissing etc. I understand that they will be having sex if they are in love, especially if they are married, or committed adults.I would never dream of letting anyone see more then that. I just think an author who can express their love and romance without including the sex is a better author, and I will choose that author's books. Natalie wrote: "I don\'t necessarily consider \"clean\" romance \"sexless\" romance. A story doesn\'t have to have sex in it for me to read it. \n\n I see romance as: Candlelight dinner, movie..."\n\n' $('comment_body_usertext').value;new Effect.
Which network is corrupting our children the most, according to the PTC?
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The PTC did not explain its guidelines for what it counted as violent, sexual, or profane.
When compared to programming from 2001-2002, sexual references and violence rose 22 percent and 52 percent, respectively, whereas uncensored foul language actually dropped.
The conservative group, which says its mission is "to promote and restore responsibility and decency to the entertainment industry," was scathing in its criticism of "family hour" programming.