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Should the founders of the Girls Gone Wild series be subject to legal prosecution?

  • Yes, they are taking advantage of young girls.

    The founders of the series Girls Gone Wild are using the girls they find during spring break revelries. They take the videos of them when they are drunk and incapacitated. They make a huge profit off the videos because they pay the girls themselves little to nothing. It is exploitation.

  • Producers Went Too Far

    The producers of "Girls Gone Wild" have gone too far in many instances. Sometimes teenagers don't know what they got into when agreeing to appear on camera. Other times, juveniles were involved which amounts to child pornography. The owners and producers of "Girls Gone Wild" should be prosecuted if they break the law and cause lewd public acts.

  • No They Shouldn't

    This is entertainment and there should be no legal prosecution. We all know that this stuff is staged. Unless there is underage women in the series than maybe they should. However there were consent forms filled out for this type of entertainment. Not unless they were showing illegal activities happening.

  • Unless they broke laws.

    No, the founders of the Girls Gone Wild series should not be subject to legal prosecution, because they did not break any existing laws. People cannot decide that they do not like someone's actions, and then make up a law that the person supposedly violated it. Unless the law exists in advance, a person cannot be held accountable.

  • People love it

    No, they should not be prosecuted, because they simply found a way to become wealthy by finding a show that the public would watch in great numbers. These shows are extremely popular, and the girls on the shows are paid extremely well for their work, that they agree to do.


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