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06/18/2010

Take Action: Because 'Jerry, Jerry!', 'Go Ricki! Go Ricki!', and that Arsenio 'whoop' noise were annoying enough chatty chants

by Jeremy Hooper
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) asks you to join calls for the reality talk show José Luis Sin Censura to immediately stop using defamatory terms and apologize to viewers. The terms “maricón” and “puñal,” which in English translate to “fa**ot” were chanted by audience members on the June 8 segment of the program. The same pattern occurred on the June 10 segment of the show, when audience members chanted “puto,” a word that also means “fa**ot” in many Spanish-speaking countries.
CALL TO ACTION: GLAAD Calls on José Luis Sin Censura to Stop Defaming LGBT People [GLAAD]

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**SEE ALSO: José Luis Sin Censura: Stop Defaming LGBT People/Cesan la Difamación Contra Las Personas LGBT [Change.org]

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