Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Watch how Swearing in Media affects Your Family

Watch how swearing in media can affect your family as the media gets dirtier and fancy in making sure to use swearing to make their movies gross in some Big bucks

Watch how swearing in media can affect your family via social videos

While swearing is condemned all over the world, it is considered as a sign of fancy to use by many especially when young generation watches their favorite movie or star use swearing to add a dramatic punchline to the dialogues and these innocent kids start to do the same as they grow up as they consider the swearing fancy for being used by their favorite actor or actress. Which in turn becomes a problem as they go out to live in the society. The first ever swearing in media was done in the movie "Gone with the Wind" by the actor Clark Gable(playing Rhett Butler) in 1939 shocking the audiences. Certainly swearing in media has a major impact on families as the upbringing gets disturbed by a child's fascination by watching their favorite stars use swearing to convey a message to the bad guy which in turn makes them the bad guy when considering the affect of swearing in media on families. In a recent Hollywood blockbuster "The Wolf of Wall Street" more than 798 swear words were used including 528 F-words creating history by becoming the only to have used that many swearing words in a movie. Apparently VidAngel Inc who specialize in movie and video streaming and filtering movies with profanity, wanted to showcase the impact of 798 sworn words on your family so they turn to paintball as a family consisting of four members were bombarded with more than 3,000 paintballs in 5.3 seconds to prove a point — that profanity has an impact and changes the way society works by substituting decent words with uncool but fancy looking swearing. Well the video might look like an advert for the company in making people use their service but some might not agree stating their right to watch whatever they want and it fully applies to them but just make one thing clear that this was just a decent way of showcasing the effect of profanity and just allowing people to choose what content they wish to see as families try to filter their channels while bringing up the next generation while the already grown ups enjoy their movies without any filtering as they are fully aware what is right and what is wrong unlike the kids who are still in learning stage. The video went viral as it came in attention of both families and non supporters of the video on Youtube as everyone debated on their "Right to Freedom and Speech".