STOP SEXUALISATION - ACMA Review Broadcasting Standards within Australia NOW

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Are you tired of driving in the car with your kids and hearing about premature ejaculation, radio hosts having listeners ring up and talk about what they once stole (or other bad conduct) laughing about it like it is OK, or hosts talking about sex, adultery, swearing and discussing content that kids should NOT be exposed to?

Do you TURN OFF your radio because you've had ENOUGH?

Are you tired of sexualised songs and songs that encourage teenagers and adults to 'just like someone for their body'. Just a small snippet of examples: Lyrics such as "put your body on mine", "feel the weigh of me between your hips" or "I can feel that body shake And the heat between your legs", "How you gonna breast feed me mom? (Wah!) You ain't got no tits! (Wahhh!)" etc, etc., sexualised video clips, soft porn on RAGE?

I used to love RAGE. I still enjoy the countdown 'style' songs (of any era) for the quality but most of it these days is just thrusting crotches and lewd moves with very little quality song or lyrics.

Whatever happened to respectful and fun? The denigration of girls and women in particular on radio and tv is sending a message to boys and men. And it's not just the odd song or show, it's nearly everything you and your kids see and hear. We have a huge domestic violence issue here in Australia and I believe change needs to take place and that includes the way we speak to, respect and view others.

Why is the ACMA allowing this CRAP on radio and tv? What good is it for our children to be exposed to low energy language and sexualised imagery CONSTANTLY?

I want the ACMA to STEP UP and CRACK DOWN on what we are exposed to. These days even my kids turn the radio off in the car as we have HAD ENOUGH. My kids tell me they are also tired of the fake laughs of the hosts and the amount they talk. They talk so much that there is very little music and then the music is becoming more and more inappropriate for young ears.

Join with me to tell Mr Richard Bean, Acting Chairman of ACMA to review ALL content that is broadcast throughout Australia. We are tired of what we are hearing and seeing.

Their motto: "Making media and communications work for all Australians" is NOT being adhered to.