But this content isn't all that surprising when one considers who is behind this show.
When "Glee" co-creator Ryan Murphy famously stated that it is his goal to "remove every barrier to the depiction of explicit sex on TV," it's safe to say his future audiences have been warned.
Tony Porter: A call to men Growing up, Tony Porter says that he got message loud and clear: that men are in charge — women are not — and that anger is the only emotion it’s okay to express.
At TEDWomen, Porter calls this “twisted,” because how could it not lead to the disrespect, mistreatment and abuse of women?
Both young women in this novel have witnessed violence against women and experience violence themselves.
He was possessive and jealous and would make fun of anyone who was my friend.
Billed by Entertainment Weekly as an "over-the-top thrill ride about a haunted house," FX's new drama 'American Horror Story' is painted as the latest fun and scary show to appear on free cable.
"Covering our eyes and screaming has never been this much fun!
His journey of redemption is quite interesting, and the entire series deals with issues of consent in important yet understated ways. Young woman’s boyfriend becomes increasingly controlling, jealous, and abusive. A successful young girl dates a troubled boy, and he becomes physically and emotionally abusive.
Secondary character, Froi, who is the titular character of the sequel, attempt to assault the heroine in one important scene. But I Love Him by Amanda Grace Goodreads | Amazon 2011.