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Can the Girls Gone Wild series be morally justified?

  • Depends on your morals

    I think that it really just depends on what your morals are. No one is really getting hurt and they are making money on a business. The only people that could possibly be seen as getting hurt are the girls if they can't get a job after wards because of it. However, it was their decisions. They do need to be sober though.

  • It is just for fun.

    Yes, the Girls Gone Wild series can be morally justified, because consenting adults have the right to participate in something like that if they want to. The Girls Gone Wild series is largely harmless. Compared to the pornography that really exists out there, the Girls Gone Wild series is pretty mild. If people want to have a good time, it should be allowed. It doesn't hurt anyone.

  • The Girls Gone Wild series can be morally justified.

    In a free country, people should be able to express themselves any way they want. Even if it is offensive to some people, it is necessary for everyone to have this right. If women want to express themselves by exposing themselves on camera, it is their legal right to do so.

  • No, it can't.

    The Girls Gone Wild series is exploitative. The guy who made the series has made a living on coercing very young people into doing things they normally would not while they are drunk. These are people who might potentially run into career issues further down the line when people realize that they were featured in these videos. Youth + alcohol and common sense don't mix.

  • No moral justification

    There is no moral standing for something like Girls Gone Wild, essentially a date rape training kit where young women without any considerations for the possible future consequences or fallout of their actions being videotaped are coerced into being so by slimy producers - it's not porn, it's just fun they say. And now it's there forever.


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