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This is not to disagree with the One Million Moms alliance, but this should be an opportunity for them to take a stand on this matter in a different way.
Unfortunately, we are not in the “Leave It to Beaver” days anymore. Needless to say, times have changed a lot. As parents who desire to censor their children from some of the more controversial aspects of our society, they must step up and take a different approach to their parenting styles.
Rather than attacking corporations for creative branding, there should be a meet and greet with alliance members on how they can shield their children from this. It is the parent’s responsibility to protect their children from content they feel is inappropriate. This especially goes out to the parents who allow their children to watch Family Guy and then send evil letters to the producers about the program’s content. It might be funny as hell but it is definitely not child appropriate. Censor what is in the range of your child’s view, not corporate America because it just won’t work.