>The phone rang. Husband picked up.

"Hello?" he asked politely. No answer. "Hello?" he asked, less politely. Click.
"Hello, I am calling to speak to the lady of the house," a woman replied.
"What is this in reference to? Husband asked, sussing out a telemarketer.
"Um, I am calling from The Dove Foundation. May I speak to the lady of the house?" she replied, nervously.
"What is this in reference to?" he suspiciously sneered.
"Um, I am calling from The Dove Foundation. May I speak to the lady of the house?" she replied, nervously.

Husband hung up. He then looked up The Dove Foundation and learned that:

In 1991 The Dove Foundation began promoting family-friendly entertainment. Our standards and criteria are based on Judeo/Christian values, free from the pressure of commercial interests. We believe in a positive approach of commending high-quality, wholesome movies rather than condemning filmmakers for not meeting those standards.

For years we have watched the morals and attitudes of the entertainment industry slowly creep into our society. We maintain that the number of PG-13 and R rated films, with their increasingly salacious material, are not representative of the desires of millions of movie goers. It’s time for positive family values to impact those in Hollywood instead of Hollywood impacting family values.

Boy oh boy. This foundation needs far better prospect research if they think that this lady of the house is going to support their cause. Dudes, I wrote an article calling for more (but better quality) porn. Not that I think kids should be watching all that violence and evil hetero-centric fucked up stuff in movies and on TV, but I clearly am not going to be supporting more "Judeo-Christian values" in Hollywood. Now that is funny.

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