Right Wing Group Slams HBO’s Angry Boys For ‘Sexualizing Children’ With Girl Sucking On Penis Cup

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By Debbie EmeryRadar Reporter

Cult comedy Angry Boys aims to shock viewers with its mockumentary style humor, but one right wing group thinks the HBO hit has gone too far and accuses a recent episode of being “akin to showing child pornography.”

The most offensive scene depicts a young girl sucking on a bright pink penis-shaped cup during a sketch about a Japanese mother (played by Australian star and director Chris Lilley) who forces her skateboarding son to act gay as a marketing tactic.

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“It’s difficult to imagine that HBO would go any lower,” Dan Gainor of the Culture and Media Institute tells RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview.

“HBO’s new show Angry Boys includes one episode so foul that they have a little girl drinking from a giant cup made from a replica penis. Oral sex ‘humor’ involving a young child shows precisely where the left’s mind is really at,” he fumed.

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In an article on the Institute’s website the group ascertains that: “Promoting child pornography is a comedic way is much more shocking and outrageous than funny.”

Gainor, who recently criticized Jennifer Lopez’s new video for being a skanky bid to retain her fame “despite her fading relevance,” is not surprised that HBO would air a show like Angry Boys.

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“After all, it’s already the Bill Maher network — with all his sleaze and hatred of conservatives,” he explained.

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