The entire show was basically Amber Rose asking women questions about sex. Women were disclosing everything from how many side dudes they've had to being on top during sex. Some people call it "women empowerment" and other people call it "women being promiscuous". Whatever you want to call it is totally dependent on your upbringing.
As for my upbringing, I was taught that sex was something sacred. You didn't share what you did with everyone. It was deemed disrespectful to your partner to discuss your sexual experiences with them to someone else.
Fast forward to today and everyone is doing it. People are getting on TV, radio, and social media and discussing their sex lives like they're talking about their day at work or something. I watched Amber Rose talk about sex for her entire show except for the last segment (which was only a couple of minutes long). She "interviewed" rapper, T.I., and asked him his favorite sex position, the craziest place he's had sex, and if he masturbated.
I was thinking to myself, "how in the world are kids going to not be teen parents if all they see on TV is how much fun sex is?"
I guarantee you that there are a ton of kids under 18 years old watching Amber's show and shows like hers. It's not like parents pay attention to what their children watch. A ton of the girls watching probably want to be Amber Rose and a ton of boys want a girl like her. She has a glamorous lifestyle and makes a lot of money for basically doing nothing truly talented. Who wouldn't want that life?
But, back to the topic... Sex isn't sacred any more. People will tell you all of their business without any thoughts to how you feel about it or how their partner would feel if they found out. And if you feel awkward discussing it with them, then you're looked at as someone abnormal. A conversation that may have been reserved to close friends and siblings is now something you can get from a coworker you barely know.
In roughly 30 years, the United States has done a 180 degree turn around in morals. Sex is "empowering" and not something kept private. Cursing is simply just talking and not something done out of the public's earshot. Being reckless with your life is no longer scolded, but it is praised by everyone for you "expressing yourself" (and sometimes rewarded with money and fame).
Nothing is sacred any more. TV has dumbed down in 30 years what took hundreds of years to create. The end result is me watching Amber Rose ask a woman if she has a side dude (actually, "dude" wasn't the d-word that she used) and this young lady must have named 10+ guys. She was applauded for it.
To each their own, I guess. It makes me wonder what conversations are parents having in households across the U.S. with their children? Is this type of thing even being discussed? Based on what I'm seeing on TV, it is being discussed. Just by celebrities instead of parents.