by Cheryl Wetzstein | Washington Times | November 10, 2005

“More than three-quarters of prime-time TV shows contain some sexual content, significantly more than previous years, a study shows.”

“A previous study from the July issue of the Journal of Pediatrics found that of 2,522 studies on youths and the media, only 13 looked at sexual issues.” When asked about the effects of sexual behavior in the media, Dr. Michael Rich, Director of CMCH, told the journal that teens may accept TV sex behaviors as ‘normative, attractive and without risk.’

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