State Farm must believe vibrators for young teen girls, teen drug abuse and vivid gay contact is responsible content for teens and children, please send your email to State Farm
Mr. Wills said that they had reviewed the content of the shows and believed the programming provided “a responsible approach to real life issues that face teens.”
It is difficult to comprehend how State Farm Insurance Company can consider the following episode content “responsible” viewing for teens and children:
• Man With Two Hearts: Young teenage girls handle and discuss merits of sex toys and masturbation.
• Turned Out Part 1: J.T. steals Oxycontin from his employer's pharmacy to sell on the street in order to pay for an unplanned pregnancy.
• Turned Out Part 2: J.T. guzzles beer while popping a handful of Oxycontin pills at a camp side party with other teens and overdoses.
• You’re Not Alone - Zane and Riley same sex affection. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQtqeTV6Ouk
• Beat It: A homosexual is aroused by watching a male student giving resuscitation to a mannequin.
• Jagged Little Pill: Rife with more drug abuse.
• Message In a Bottle: More binge drinking.
• Modern Love: Student has affair with teacher.
• Don’t You Want Me Part 2: Lesbian relationship with onscreen intimacy.
Sadly, State Farm Insurance Company continued to advertise on this program numerous times after being informed of the show’s content.
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