There’s a new show on MTV that is drawing criticism from several parents groups and some speculate the network could be facing charges for child pornography. Glenn sees the show as a another sign of the negative influences American youths are facing every day in popular culture.

Glenn read from The Blaze, “The show is called Skins. It premiered Monday, three million viewers. To give an idea of the show content according to The Blaze, the first episode opened with a young teen girl trying to sneak home after an all‑night bender without tipping off her parents. The series premiere alone included sex, drug‑dealing, alcohol, prescription drug abuse, sex, prostitution, smoking, homosexuality, violence, car theft, voyeurism and more sex. In fact, the entire premise of the first episode was how a group could get their 16‑year‑old friend to lose their very uncool virginity before their 17th birthday and after kids’ friends wake up from their drug overdose and their stolen car is full of illegal drugs, rolls and crashes into a lake that the kids laugh it off. The end.”

“I don’t know where we’re headed,” Glenn said.

Stu explained that the child pornography charges could stem from the fact that most of the actors on the show are actual teenagers, some as young as fifteen, and that simply having filmed them in some of these situations is enough to bring legal action even if the footage never airs.

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