Skip to comments.CBS News Promotes Pornography on Sunday Morning Show
Posted on 06/23/2013 9:34:52 AM PDT by kristinn
The CBS Sunday Morning Show broadcast a five-minute segment this Sunday featuring an elderly female pornography author complete with readings and graphic sex demonstrations with dolls. All this during a time in the morning when young children and families are either watching television or getting ready for church.
Reporter Bill Geist traveled to 'small town America' in the Texas hill country to interview 76-year-old Desiree Holt (a pen name) about her prolific 'mommy porn' books (over 140 in the past six years.) The segment features Holt reading sex passages from her book with the worst language bleeped, but obvious.
Holt was also shown using three Barbie and Ken dolls (with clothing on) on her bed as the reporter watched to experiment with various sexual positions so she could see what "carnal acts are humanly possible" to include in her sex books. CBS pixilated part of the video when Holt positioned the two female dolls and one male doll in a bisexual threesome, but other simulated sex acts were shown without pixilating.
While the cultural phenomena of 'mommy porn' is worthy of reporting about, broadcasting the report on Sunday morning, with cutesy doll sex, while families are watching or getting ready for church is not.
Video of CBS Sunday Morning 'mommy porn' report.
No pictures please.
I'd hit it.
(Yeah, I've gotten more serious, but I'm still a dog. LOL)
From this groundbreaking discovery, our culture has evolved into the following lessons:
No act should ever be criticized
All acts should be mandatory (lest you be accused of being judgmental)
Everything should be in-your-face 24/7
It is vital that children to exposed to all of this, so that they can lose all sense of moral propriety
Polygamy, pedophilia, and bestiality. Definite goals. Definitely coming to our society ASAP. Don't think for a minute that this stuff isn't all part of the plan.
Does anyone actually watch CBS News?
No big deal to the left, they get off thinking about children learning about and then having sex.
Now I got that ZZ Top song in my head...
“A pearl necklace....she want a pearl necklace....”
I have a friend from grad school who wrote a book ten years ago. She described it as a light romantic comedy set in Hollywood in the 1950s. It didn’t sell. She then wrote “erotic novels” . They sell well. She sends her kids off to school, sits at home, and writes porn. We live in a sad world.
Smart people wouldn’t have CBS on anyway.
What’s the Sunday morning show that for years featured people walking around in beautiful gardens and singing hymns. Maybe they did that just for the springtime, but loved that.
It is pushed by academia and the health care profession. No moral judgments of any kind. Regardless of sex, age, relation, marital status, number, or species of partner(s).
Orgasm is a birthright to be enjoyed at every age.
Abstinence in their worldview is an unhealthy suppression of sexual desire. If you want to boink your sister or your friend's wife, go ahead and do it.
"Born this way" has nothing to do with it. That's just scientific mumbo jumbo to get some fence sitters to go along with the program.
kristinn seems to thinks so. Especially families with children as they get ready for church.
kristinn seems to thinks so. Especially families with children as they get ready for church.
(he made the point twice - so I do too.)
Don’t you just enjoy living during the decline of the greatest nation on earth?
NPR is just as bad with their Sunday morning programming. I recall riding in the car with my dad one Easter Sunday morning on the way to lunch with the whole family when the guest was a lesbian talking about how the male hormone injections she was taking were making her more prone to commit rape and to constantly sexually fantasize.
Annnnndddd.... I throw up a little in my mouth.
I watched that video and didn’t see or hear anything offensive. She was just moving dolls and one part was fuzzed out so maybe that showed something, but the dolls were not freaky. There’s nothing wrong reporting what this lady does or the fact it’s shown on Sunday.
All they got is an agenda based on greed.
Make money with the lowest common denominator while telling the sheeple how they should feel. Keep them occupied with feelings of self because that way they will never think for themselves.
Mardi Gras 1948?
2012. NO PICS PLEASE!
The Marxist Progs have always pushed at the moral and ethical boundaries of our culture. This is nothing new.
What now seems tame to us was once outrageous to our parents and grandparents.
It is to strip children of their natural and **protective** modesty and shyness.
Have ou looked at mainstream romance novels lately? No different except this lady is marketing through an erotic book company.
Yes those that can not afford CATV and thats a lot of kids.
Sick pukes...this is literature? No wonder they showed this on See-BS.
This is not your GrandParent’s CBS.... Its now part of the Soro’s OMG CBS.
At one point, I discussed what is porn? Porn to one person may not be porn to someone else. I went to websites with nude and not nude people and I went to the website involved in the case and I went to the Playboy web site. Unfortunately, because I went to those sites, my computer was getting popups from these places for a long time. I suppose they had put a cookie on my computer. That didn't stop until that computer died and I had to get a new one.
I also discussed nudity - what is it? If a woman's skirt stops at her knees, is that nudity? It might be to the Amish. If a skirt is above the knee, is that nudity? If a blouse is short and shows some abdomen, is that nudity? If an arm is bare, is that nudity? If a blouse is low cut approaching the breasts, is that nudity? If there is no back to a blouse, is that nudity? Is a two piece swim suit nudity?
Where is nudity on men? If they wear shorts above the knee, is that nudity? If they wear no shirt, is that nudity?
It's all in the eyes of the beholder to decide what nudity is. By the way, if you haven't been to the Playboy website, that is a place to decide what nudity is. I haven't been to that website for a number of years since that court case happened, but I imagine it's no different now than it was then. It's no different than other websites that show the body in various forms of dress or non-dress. Playboy is not considered a porn site plus all those other websites are not illegal or they wouldn't be there. The only illegal website would be of children and those are hunted down by the FBI and probably other law enforcement I don't know about.
In this court case, it was alleged the man had looked at a nude boy on line so he was charged with child pornography and that is sure prison time. That whole charge was because one Texas ranger who was a friend of the Democrat Judge, said, that person's image on the net “might” be underage. I knew the man charged and there was no way he was into kids. Between me and an IT person, we knew that image was NOT an underage boy and the attorney we worked with got that proof into the trial. The person charged was found not guilty.
Never, ever, use your work computer for your “personal” viewing.
IMHO, you should wait on the TV at least until after church.
The Queen of the Cowboy Kink genre lives about 18 miles from here..
Cowboy Kink pays well from the looks of her house.
I worked for the Cal Youth Authority when Playboys could be mailed in to the inmates who were over 18.
A superintendent cam in and told the suprvisors at a meeting he was banning porn.
One of the crusty old sgts asked, Mr. Kirk, would that be beavage only or both beavage and cleavage,
Still laughing. But one way to clarify your question.
“The Queen of the Cowboy Kink genre lives about 18 miles from here..”
Does she lived near Bandera?
LOL - I get the feeling Bob Phillips won’t be doing a follow up report on Texas Country Reporter.
No, Sisterdale. Also, she's what we call a "move in", meaning, she's not from around here.
Born in Brookline, MA, and IIRC, lived in Tampa, FL. I have no idea why she decided to move to Sisterdale.
“What-R-the-odds she got those beads at Mardi Gras?”
Yeah. . .back in 1960.
Thanks for sharing your story.
It reminds me of two things:
IIRC, the Supreme court and the “definition of pornography”, unable to describe it but “I know it when I see it”
The “New Thought Police”
Nevertheless, the article and the point of the post seems to center around how the MSM is trying to desensitize both the public and our kids to sex and sexual deviance.
The indoctrination facilities that pose as educational institutions have worked very hard for many many years to promote the uncertainty of self and force, through peer pressure, the acceptance of beliefs and behavior that would otherwise been resolved as individuals mature.
The shy kid with very few if any friends is encouraged to explore gay sex in order to fit in.
They ended up transferring her to a different foster home the next town over. That put a serious cramp in her style.
“She resented it and made the claim that the husband was viewing porn on the computer. Social Services came in and viewed his Internet history and told the girl to stop lying.”
I’m glad they checked before they grabbed the man and threw him in jail.
What is her published name? There are a few people claiming that title.
I've got one...
...that can SEE!
“I’m here to kick a** and chew bubblegum, and I’m all out of bubblegum!”
You, you look fine, but you...
One big reason I stay away from the East Coast especially with the liberal media. They think of themselves as being so great that when the take a dump, it smells so raunchy and force everyone to come into their smelly chamber and then lock the door so when people realize the stench, they can’t escape !
When I worked at Lockheed Martin, it was pretty awful when the folks from the East Coast came out. We have a workday on Saturday in July, I show up like in t-shirt, shorts and sandals. The next Monday, a memo is e-mailed to everyone remind up the dress code is strictly enforced including on Saturday and Sunday and we were told to be in our dress slacks, dress shoes and long sleeve dress shirt. In fact short sleeves were not allowed. And the dress code was the most important on Saturday and Sunday. I was given the memo from one of the executive assistants like first thing on Monday morning followed by her comments I was not following the code like in a short sleeve shirt and I needed to get change by the 9 am meeting !