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03/13/2009

Privacy, schmivacy: Put your warts and all existence on public display

by Jeremy Hooper

For some people, the idea a reality TV crew filming their family sounds about as enjoyable as having a troop of tutued elephants perform ballet atop the dinner table. For others, the clunky dance of cameras, microphones, and tvproducers sounds like a fame-seeking wet dream. That's why the world contains chocolate and vanilla, apples and oranges, and both privacy and "The Real Housewives of [insert various U.S. cities]."

Well if you're in Camp Leave My Family Alone, you might want to avoid the following casting notice. However, if you or someone you know are part of an LGBT family (specifically one with teens), then continue reading to see how you can have your home movies slickly edited and televised for a national, or even international, audience:

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Ugh. I loathe those "reality" shows. I just know this one is going to be worse than the rest.

Posted by: Buffy | Mar 14, 2009 2:52:12 AM

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