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11/08/2011

Except for the 'show' and 'sex' part

by Jeremy Hooper

From the conservative Media Research Center/Culture and Media Institute:

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"will feature a gay couple having sex on TV"
[SOURCE]

Oh please. They'd be more likely to show the autotune machine than show actual sex on broadcast TV. It's Fox, not Xtube.

But you keep drumming up those deceptive fears, kiddies. That's the way to impart maturity on young viewers.

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