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Cable subscribers everywhere should be outraged and demand to know why they are being forced to subsidize bestiality with their cable bills. Yes, you heard me right: bestiality, where a person engages in sexual activity with an animal. And if you subscribe to cable or satellite TV so you can watch ESPN or History Channel or CNN or Fox News, then you helped pay for that disgusting content. That’s why we urgently need you to respond to this call-to-action. Please take a moment today to write to your Congressman and Senators and demand Cable Choice.
Click below to send your letter today.
If you are a cable subscriber, part of your bill helps pay for the programming on the FX network, including the outrageously offensive Nip/Tuck.
Over the past three years, the creators of Nip/Tuck have devised some of the most disgusting and disturbing storylines imaginable. Episodes have included themes of incest, pedophilia, necrophilia, rape and more. Just three episodes into this season, Nip/Tuck has reached new depths of depravity with a storyline about a woman who had sex with her dog while her husband was serving in Iraq.
I will spare you the graphic details, but if you can stomach it, a summary of the episode is available at [/FONT]www.parentstv.org/ptc/campaigns/NipTuck/NT0926.htm. Even if you think you will be offended, you should read it – just so you fully understand exactly what you are being forced to pay for with your cable bill.
FX is part of most cable subscriber’s expanded basic package, which means this scene of stomach-turning depravity was available to the children in over 75% of US households. That means that some 80 million children might have been exposed to this filth.
If you are fed-up with having to pay for programming that offends your conscience and assaults your values… or if you are fed-up with being forced to pay for cable channels you don’t want just to gain access to the few channels you do want – then please, take action today.
Just use this form to send a letter to your representatives in Congress and the Senate. A copy of your letter will also be sent to the Federal Communications Commission and to the sponsors of this disgusting episode.
After you send your letter, please forward this note to everyone you know and ask them to take action, too.
I’m sure you’ll agree that this kind of material should not be forced onto families, nor should families be forced to pay for it. And advertisers should be held accountable for sponsoring it. That’s why we so urgently need your help.
With deepest gratitude,
Parents Television Council