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Dear Michael Fabiani, I am troubled by the intent of your show Jersey Shore and the reality it is exhibiting. I contest the show, for it is degrading and misleading;

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Dear Michael Fabiani, I am troubled by the intent of your show Jersey Shore and the "reality" it is exhibiting. I contest the show, for it is degrading and misleading; merely deceiving its audience into thinking partying, drinking, and having sex are commodities that do not have consequences and should not be taken seriously. As you know, that is not true and each of these has gravitas that should be accounted for. The issue I am most concerned about is the exploitation of human persons and their dignity. ...read more.

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What's the reasoning for portraying this message? The show makes it seem as if women are merely toys, to be used and then thrown out. I understand that this lifestyle is not something in which the directors have invented, it may very well occur; but to make a show now on it's fifth season of virtually the same drama is quite ridiculous. It's a superfluous amount of nonsense, portraying women as objects. Nonetheless, the men in the show don't even keep in touch with the women they sleep with unless they know they may be able to use them again. Do you really think it's right to esteem this? ...read more.

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It's not right for one to be flipping through the channels and have a preview of people hooking up and exploiting their dignity and self-value. Every person should be esteemed for more than just not being a "grenade". Do you really think that's all a woman merely consists of - their looks? This show only sets an example for the future that is guided in infidelity and corruption, essentially living out your passions and disregarding what is true and really good. Please consider that which I have mentioned. I only want what is best for our future: which is not the exploitation of human beings. Reality television should respect and dignify not humiliate and mislead. ...read more.

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