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Gossip Girl her apology energizing in my -- for some technical difficulties there.
This character chuck bass on the program played by -- west -- Decides to expresses love for former flame.
Leighton Meester played -- playing -- Blair Waldorf.
By throwing a frustrated and passion to punch missing her face but smashing a window.
And some glass actually -- her face.
And some fans are outraged saying this is glorifying domestic abuse -- what's the latest on us.
Yes patty well it's -- really question that has been raised in Hollywood a lot lately and that is.
It'll a lot of these shows and films glorifying.
Domestic violence because the Ryan is of Gossip Girl -- -- defending the episode.
Saying that -- in was in domestic violence and -- the anger was out of love and pulled Larry and and -- -- -- parents and fans are very upset about that because it isn't it the young view of the watching -- and then saying that.
And thinking is that appropriate in a relationship and is it and -- the level of domestic violence.
And isn't acceptable that even -- He wasn't hitting -- directly.
She's still being in -- in the incident and if you look back hit that either.
We have other examples like the Eminem music video that came out last year we can Rihanna -- which -- and Megan fox and and she was.
In a varying domestic love hate relationship and a lot of young people.
As well we'll look at that and think.
Is -- and normal and it's it's very much -- -- signs in Hollywood in a lot of parents and the Parents Television Council -- come out and said it's just it's just not rides and the way that it is portrayed in Hollywood.
-- not being -- -- domestic violence as we may know it.
But it hasn't underlining its hiring.
That makes -- his feel that it is possibly.
It's a -- its -- -- appealing in a in a very just -- way.
Yeah -- your article on foxnews.com.
-- you talk about this it's a very interesting article and they say the Jezebel dot com refers to love bass this character on Gossip Girl.
As a textbook abuser.
Was being portrayed as this bad boy character that the audience is secretly rooting for.
And that Parents Television Council you quote them as saying you know we've made great strides in recent years and clearly communicating the message that it's never OK to hit a woman.
But today the hidden message in the entertainment consumed by impressionable teens is that if he hits you it's out of love which is absolutely wrong.
Interesting so is there be any of blowback do you think in terms of ratings on the show or any kind of a boycott.
I end any and to be honest it is acting acting -- -- diet think that they will be acting -- -- is.
A hugely popular -- particularly -- the younger demographic.
And in this sad seeing at at this point is that people will continue to watch -- audience -- will continue.
Too -- and I think it's going to take a lot smaller.
Before any backlash to happen ends and one thing isn't and none -- -- send.
Is that the -- we see these type of romanticism all of domestic violence.
The more know only in the -- becomes normal and I guess the -- did census time is that we in the audience is becomes and that ends.
And that creates another problem in itself so I think it's going to take a lot law are.
Two to have a backlash that the -- -- that that people.
Can recognize the problems is the less chance there is that.
That will become to used to -- which is a good thing yeah.
We should point out of course that it's also not OK to hit a man we're talking about how it's never -- -- a woman you know much less common but it certainly happens.
Is abuse by women.
Toward men and you know obviously -- violence of any kind not acceptable and the article goes on to point out from psychologists at the importance of if children are going to be consuming this kind of programming.
That the parents be there to explain well that's not appropriate what just happened was wrong it's all about putting it into context.
And not having just being -- part of the message.
Are behind okay foxnews.com entertainment reporter in that article is on our site right now so you should check it out thanks for joining us -- Thank you.
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