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An Unanswered Letter to Federal Communications Commission

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

December 17, 2009

Federal Communications Commission
Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau
Consumer Inquiries & Complaints Division
445 12th Street, SW
Washington, DC 2054

Re: Support of the American Broadcasting Company for its American Music Awards broadcast of Adam Lambert’s performance

Dear FCC,

I am writing in support of Adam Lambert’s performance at the American Music Awards and I applaud ABC for the bravery of the broadcast. I know some woman named “Anita L. Staver” has written in with the opposite viewpoint. She’s just a plain wrong thinking individual!

She states:

The Lambert performance featured, among other things, simulated oral sex, suggestive crotch grabbing, simulated digital penetration, sadomasochistic conduct, and homosexual open-mouth kissing.

Now, at face value I agree with her. As a heterosexual male this is nothing I want to see on my TV (which I why I am grateful my TV has more channels than Mrs. Staver’s), but I am a fair minded individual, and must admit some fondness for girl on girl action. So while I do not get the appeal of watching Lambert nosh on a dude, I’d totally be there if it was a couple lesbians. Like I said, I am a fair minded man, so seems to me, if it’s acceptable for two women to get it on, as much as I may personally find it objectionable, I must also accept two men getting it on.

People have options. There was an easy solution to this situation available to Mrs. Staver. She could have changed the channel, but instead she chose to write your fine organization to complain and ask for fines. Mrs. Staver seems like a sexually repressed and frustrated woman, and I am sorry she was forced to watch Lambert’s performance, but the fact that she is seeking to redefine what is acceptable on TV is disconcerting to me. I do not want people like her making decisions about what I am allowed to see. Please do not give this women this power or she interfere with my God given right to watch lesbians making out.

This letter is an adaptation of FCC Form 27b/6.


Christopher L. Jorgensen


cc: ABC, Inc.


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