One Million Moms has gone after Ellen DeGeneres, JCPenney and others deemed immoral by the Christian activist group.
Now, One Million Moms is calling for the Discovery Channel to cancel its new reality series "Naked and Afraid," which features male and female cast members who choose to be placed in a jungle with no food and no clothes for 21 days.
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While some of the contestants make skimpy clothing out of leaves and vines, others go nude. However, their private parts are blurred out by the Discovery Channel.
But the blurring out is not good enough for One Million Moms, which is owned by the Christian conservative American Family Association.
“Discovery should be ashamed to air nudity and then call it entertainment. In fact, having the cast be naked is the basis for 50 percent of the show," One Million Moms said in a press release on their website.
"Please send Discovery Channel an email letter urging they cancel this offensive show 'Naked And Afraid' immediately. Let them know the program is inappropriate and even the commercials are offensive, and so until the program is pulled your family will not be tuning into their network to avoid being exposed to nudity when there is more suitable, family-friendly entertainment available."