NSFW: Homophobia, Violence Sparks Outcry Over Spanish TV Show

NSFW: Homophobia, Violence Sparks Outcry Over Spanish TV Show

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Jose Luis Sin Censura is in agua caliente, after repeatedly and egregiously violating FCC rules with the contents of its show. Airing nationally in 37 markets, and produced by Burbank-based Liberman Broadcasting, Jose Luis makes Jerry Springer look like a Boy Scout.

This stuff is truly shocking, and we cannot believe that this show is allowed to air nationally in the US.  The show airs during the day, and is rated (by the producers, no less) TV-14 – even though there is extreme violence, full-on nudity and anti-gay slurs in every single episode.

Beware, NSFW and disgusting:

GLAAD, alongside the National Hispanic Media Coalition, filed a complaint with the FCC on February 28, 2011, and still nothing has happened. In fact, the show has gotten worse, showing men beating their husbands and audience members becoming even more agitated and hateful.

Join us in signing the GLAAD petition about this hateful show, and share the link with your networks: https://www.glaad.org/jlsc

If you happen to catch Jose Luis on TV and hear homophobic slurs used, send a message to the FCC and let them know!

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