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MTV has been putting seven strangers into a mansion for years but none of the previous episodes have been so intoxicated and as sexually charged as The Real World---New Orleans There is Jamie the typical good-looking frat-boy Julie the cute-yet sheltered Morman Melissa the confused and neurotic barbie doll David your typical yet pumped up pimp Danny the very hot but very gay sweetheart Kelly your sexy sorority sister and Matt the adorable hippy By putting seven gorgeous people in one house every roommate is attracted to everyone else This is what the creators edit to show the public audiences because sex sells The MTV series The Real World-New Orleans encourages promiscuous behavior and alcohol abuse by putting seven beautiful people in a mansion with unlimited funds and no rules---suggesting to young adults that this is the way to live Every episode is about the roommates going to a club having a party or whos doing who Displaying to young adults and teens that this is how college kids act and that its always a fun time being that when your on TV your a icon The show displays that casual sex is ok in our society In one episode Danny cheats on his long time boyfriend while he is drunk claiming that it didnt mean anything therefor his boyfriend cant be mad at him Meanwhile on the same episode David is sleeping with some girl whos name he doesnt even know that he met at the club while Matt is in the room and the girls friend is downstairs waiting for her Kelly is also being a hoe by dating a doctor from New Orleans that already has a girlfriend Kelly knows about the girlfriend but does the girlfriend know about Kelly On a recent episode the roommates go out to a restaurant and decide to set Julie up with one of the waiters because she needs to hook-up with someone Later on
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