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ok, moving beyond vanilla stuff, would pissing/a2m/etc be ok in front of a child, 'because it woudln't understand'?― Theorry Henry (Enrique), Monday, December 5, 2005 9:36 AM (6 years ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink
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this simon guy
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FAMILY groups are demanding The Janoskians apologise for the baby skit Little Britain star Matt Lucas slammed as ''repulsive'' and ''witless''.
In the sketch, uploaded to YouTube, members of the Glenroy boy band are seen simulating lewd acts in bus shelters, shopping centres and under escalators, with one member telling a mother "your baby's sexy''.
Leza Sullivan, of child protection group Bravehearts said: ''Simulating sexual acts in front of a child, and exposing a child to that, can be classed as sexual assault.
''Then, to make fun of it, and trivialise it, is appalling. But they took it one step too far when they started engaging actively with children.''
Bravehearts and the Australian Family Association said The Janoskians record label, Sony Music, should force their act to take the video down.
''The Sony brand should not be associated with this behaviour,'' Ms Sullivan said.
Anti-abuse lobby group, Safe Australia Movement, said the clip contains ''paedophilic references aimed at a six-week-old baby and her mother''.
''To harass a mother in such a way is abusive. Anyone that accepts this behavior is accepting abuse,'' said spokesman William Fagan.
But the group defended the video in a series of tweets on Wednesday night from their official Twitter account.
The five-member group said it didn't regret filming the video.
"OK guys so the hole (sic) purpose of public wanking is to see unseen reactions,'' the Janoskians said.
"It's never been done before and it's interesting to see reactions.
"For the people who think we took it to (sic) far have really closed minds about the subject.
"It was acting and if you couldn't tell we weren't really wanking. Not only the baby would never understand what's going on.
"The hole (sic) purpose was to see the mother's reaction ... and it was good. Definitely our favourite video.''
But Terri Kelleher, of the Australian Family Association, said the clip was ''highly offensive''.
''They should have been arrested,'' Ms Kelleher said.
Ms Kelleher added to calls for Sony to take action against the boy band and also urged parents to discourage their children from supporting The Janoskians, who are performing shows for touring giant, Live Nation, later this month.
Little Britain's Lucas took to Twitter on Wednesday night to slam the video.
''The group member claims that the baby sexually excites him and proceeds to stand by the pram while pretending to masturbate, to the obvious and not unreasonable distress of the baby's mother and grandmother,'' Lucas said.
''Am I too old to get it? Maybe I am. If so, I'm glad. It's repulsive.
''It's probably already criminal. It's certainly utterly witless.''
Sony Music did not respond to calls for comment before deadline.
― dimension nickröss (DJ Mencap), Thursday, 6 June 2013 11:21 (1 week ago) Permalink
christ when Matt Lucas calls you out on being repulsive and witless
― sleepish resistance (Noodle Vague), Thursday, 6 June 2013 11:34 (1 week ago) Permalink