Stop airing Erectile Dysfunction commercials during daytime and early evening football games. C'mon, really?!
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While I'm sure this is a vaild condition for some men; however, I do not believe that parents should have to explain to their children what Erectile Dysfunction is and how Cialis/Viagra/Levitra can help maintain an erection during sex. The drug side effects stated in the commercials are overtly explicit and lead to even more questions. "What is sex? Why do you have to ask a doctor if you are healthy enough to have sex? Why is it bad if an erection last more than four hours?" C'mon, really? I challenge any NFL Executive to come to my house and explain it to my young children at 2:00 in the afternoon on a Sunday.
I have two sons, 9 and 7, who both play PopWarner football; the NFL games are their obsession (espescially the Broncos and Peyton Manning). We use it as a teaching tool, about the game, about sportsmanship and what it is to be part of a team. It is beyond reason why, during any daytime NFL game these commercials have to be aired, even more aggrivateing is that sometimes there is a commercial for Play 60 followed-up by Erectile Dysfunction
NFL Football watching is a family activity and should remain that way. Children grow-up too fast and learn life lessons too early. I believe the NFL is an organization that should be looked-up to and an organization that should protect our children and future players.
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