Marquis, Simon
August 2006
Campaign;8/11/2006, Issue 32, p13
Trade Publication
The article focuses on issues related to masturbation. Channel 4 is running a week of masturbation-themed programmes. These programmes will increase the ratings of the channel and bring in more revenue. A documentary has been made on excessive masturbation. This program is expected to draw big audiences. It will not be watched by the whole family together.


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