Posts Tagged ‘media’

If your parents can’t remember anyone trying to or committing suicide & you and all your friends do… what does that mean? Why is that so? Add your view as a comment below.

Is suicide common among children and young people? In 2007, suicide was the third leading cause of death for young people ages 15 to 24. An estimated 11 nonfatal suicide attempts occur per every suicide death. – Source

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How many gay (LGBT) people power forth the push into schools & media? 20%? 30%? …that’s what people think. Try 3%. Why do think people guess so wrong? The media? Bingo.

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You may be surprised how gay-friendly & pro-gay much of prime-time media is today.

An extract from the Hays code:

General Principles

1. No picture shall be produced that will lower the moral standards of those who see it. Hence the sympathy of the audience should never be thrown to the side of crime, wrongdoing, evil or sin.

2. Correct standards of life, subject only to the requirements of drama and entertainment, shall be presented.

3. Law, natural or human, shall not be ridiculed, nor shall sympathy be created for its violation.

Particular Applications

I. Crimes Against the Law
These shall never be presented in such a way as to throw sympathy with the crime as against law and justice or to inspire others with a desire for imitation.

1. Murder

  a. The technique of murder must be presented in a way that will not inspire imitation.

  b. Brutal killings are not to be presented in detail.

  c. Revenge in modern times shall not be justified.

2. Methods of Crime should not be explicitly presented.

  a. Theft, robbery, safe-cracking, and dynamiting of trains, mines, buildings, etc., should not be detailed in method.

  b. Arson must subject to the same safeguards.

  c. The use of firearms should be restricted to the essentials.

  d. Methods of smuggling should not be presented.

3. Illegal drug traffic must never be presented.

4. The use of liquor in American life, when not required by the plot or for proper characterization, will not be shown.

“Miscegenation” being the one exception in the ‘recommended content’ of this code. …but we all know that the Hollywood of today would never stand by or aim for this code.