John and Ashley's sexual assault of Camilla is already old news, but check out these comments left on a thread at Ausculture and carefully distilled and linked by Cristy:
Camilla was probably begging for it, its obvious shes a cock starved slut from what shes said in the past, john and ash should get a million each and should sue camilla for getting close to his cock the skanky whoreSee, talk of educating males about sexually appropriate behaviour is just political correctness. Aussie males know the difference between sexual assault and good clean fun, or between a slightly assertive emotionally vulnerable young girl and a 'skanky dirty scum whore'.
Camilla needed a good slap
Camilla was actually giggling as if she really wants it. She is a dirty
she deserved a few firm slaps...
You know, the skanky dirty scum whores are the ones who are asking for it and need a good slap. Like, because they are on a cruise, or Big Brother, or, I dunno, are walking down a dark street on their own when a few likely lads are out in need of some entertaining.
Sometimes a significant portion of my gender are like another species. Sometimes I wonder if Houellebecq was right when he predicted that humanity could find peace by developing the capacity to reproduce without males and then phasing them out.
UPDATE: Last night's show could provide study material for a thousand psychology assignments. Note how Crystal, a repugnantly stupid little ball of silicone and makeup, openly tried to haggle with Big Brother about the removal of the two sex offenders from the house? Crystal's reaction, plus her general breast-enhancing himbo-chasing brain-disengaging approach to life, demonstrate that feminism (or is it just humanism- how can preventing sexual assault be only a feminist issue?) has almost as many obstacles among women as men.
Gretel's revolting spray about "misleading media reports", which seemed to imply that really kids it's not as bad as what you're hearing, confirmed that this hyena does not have the skills to handle complex incidents on a 'high risk' show and should be driven down to the dole queue forthwith.
Big Brother himself handled it ok, all things considered.
Having given the matter some thought overnight, I think ending the show would be a kneejerk reaction. Worse, it suggests that the cause of the incident is the particular nature of the Big Brother house and the pressures of the show, allowing people to avoid the conclusion that the conduct reflects a wider problem that our society has to grapple with.
Logically you'd expect the opposite: that this happened despite the cameras suggests that an ordinary house full of young yobs might give rise to even more abusive conduct.
But why start grappling with a significant social problem when you can take aim at one show and simultaneously improve your standing with the Wowser* set?
(* Thank you to Gallaxy for the nomenclature!)
UPDATE II: Speaking of wowsers, Paul Gray says we need to return to pre-sexual revolution days. You know, when people expressed their sexuality by buggering children and going for 'business trips' with their secretaries. Thanks to Liam for that tip.