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The Medias Corruption on Society When I woke up this morning I turned on my television to watch the morning news but there was a commercial on It was an advertisement for Herbal Essence shampoo The lawyer who is a beautiful brunette woman whips out a bottle of shampoo and starts washing her hair While cleaning her hair she moans wildly as if having an orgasm As she is doing this five muscular guys with their shirts off are singing shes got the urge The next commercial was for the movie American Pie and it shows a girl in her unbuttoned shirt and underwear lying on some guys bed saying you bad boy you Another commercial was for the television show Friends the clip shows Phoebe at a massage parlor with some guy with only a towel on and the advertisement guy saying tune in to the next Friends at 700 to see what happens to Phoebe at work I turned off the television set after becoming disgusted at the sexual tactics they were using I then decided to read my magazine that I just received The first page I saw was an advertisement for Abercrombie and Fitch It depicts a woman wearing a bikini top and a very short skirt standing on a table while four men all around her stare at her as if she was a cheap piece of meat The media is corrupting todays society with their deceiving depictions of sexual behavior We examine and hear these displays on magazines movies radio and television In television sitcoms it seems that everybody is having sex For example in the television show Beverly Hill 90210 one character Donna was a virgin in this sitcom for five seasons but she eventually had sex with her boy friend David In this and many other shows they try to tell you if you have sex you will be popular and fit in with everybody else For
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