This program consists of so much nudity and erotic sexual content that it probably is the worst show we have seen since "Nip Tuck."
Dyson, Jaguar and State Farm pulled their ads from the inappropriate (USA) program "Satisfaction." After One Million Moms contacted these sponsors in our previous campaign, they decided to no longer sponsor "Satisfaction." Their ads have not been present in the last several episodes.
USA's new program, "Satisfaction," has a name that says it all. I suppose the name "Unsatisfied" didn't sound as attractive. Like a revamped soap opera, spouses get themselves tangled in a web of lies and hurt the ones they love. "Satisfaction" airs on Thursday evenings at 10:00 p.m. ET/9:00 p.m. CT.
The tagline for the program is: "They have everything but are still not satisfied." The show focuses on attempts to find satisfaction by having an affair, paying for an escort or getting paid for sex. A show full of adultery, cheating, drugs and lies is the last influence our society needs. Even though the program airs a little later in the evening, it is not late enough since the bedroom scenes are soft porn and the previews are aired earlier in the day.
"Satisfaction" centers around a married couple who have no regrets and feel no remorse about committing adultery with someone else - or cheating on their own spouse. Infidelity is the new trend sold as normal by USA.
To put it on a scale, "Satisfaction" is more pornographic than the show "Mistresses." This program consists of so much nudity and erotic sexual content that it probably is the worst show we have seen since "Nip Tuck." Hollywood is continuing to push casual sex, sometimes with multiple partners, as acceptable.
Please send an email letter to the sponsors of this week's "Satisfaction." The sponsors are: Booking.com, Fingerhut.com, Subaru, KFC (YUM Brands) and Target.
Urge advertisers to place it on their "do not advertise" list in protest of pushing sin directly into America's living rooms.
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