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Nickelodeon promotes 'naughty' game site to kids

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The children’s network Nickelodeon is now promoting a selection of naughty games that allow players to look up teachers’ skirts and perform a variety of sexual acts by prominently linking to a website with sexy games from the top of Nickelodeon’s popular sites for young kids.

Nickelodeon links to AddictingGames.com from its websites for children, including Neopets.com and Nick.com. An orange banner states, “You’re leaving Nick.com” before taking the user to AddictingGames, a website owned by Nickelodeon parent company Viacom that features the Nickelodeon logo with a link to Nick.com. The orange warning banner was not present when WND clicked the AddictingGames link from Neopets.com.

The NewsBusters blog noted that the website features racy games such as “Naughty Babysitter,” “Booty Rider” and “You da Sperm!”

“You da Sperm” was set to inactive at the time of this report. Several other games, including “Asstroys,” “Vanessa Naughty Toys,” “Magic Fingers,” “Perry the Sneak” and “Naughty Starlets” have been removed.

AddictingGames’ “Naughty Classroom” allows players to glimpse under a teacher’s skirt and inside her blouse.

However, one game that remains active on the website allows players to glimpse under a teacher’s skirt and inside her blouse.

The game, called “Naughty Classroom,” begins with three young boys sitting at the front of a classroom and admiring a photo of their female teacher.

“Remember that hot schoolteacher you had a crush on in high school?” the game asks. “The subject of your adolescent dreams, the only teacher who could get your undivided attention in class? Presenting our mouthwatering version of the ultimate teacher-goddess! Here’s your chance to fulfill your ultimate childhood fantasy! Naughty Classroom will leave you begging for more homework!”

A teacher walks into the classroom wearing a miniskirt and spike heels. At one point, she unbuttons her shirt and flashes her undergarments at her students. Players can prompt one of the male students to turn on a fan, and a gush of air lifts the teacher’s skirt.

Another game, “Naughty Gym Teacher,” asks, “Why should boys have all the fun? The giggly schoolgirls cannot get enough of their hot male gym instructor, and they will resort to the naughtiest tricks to get what they want.”

“I would love to be Coach Rodder’s ‘dumb belle,'” one girl says.

“Naughty Babysitter” allows a boy character to shoot ice cubes down his babysitter’s blouse. The babysitter gets physical with her boyfriend on the sofa and even kisses the boy she is babysitting.

“Perry the Perv” depicts a cartoon man ogling large-breasted, scantily clad women in public places.

“Perry the Perv” depicts a cartoon man ogling large-breasted, scantily clad women in public places.

“Perry the Sneak loves women,” the description states. “The only problem is that women don’t love Perry. … Help Perry get an eyeful without getting a handful for being the world’s best Serial Peeker!”

Other games include “Naughty Detective,” “Naughty Airplane,” “Naughty Elevator,” “Naughty Beach,” “Naughty Park,” “Naughty Supermarket” and “Naughty Summer Camp.”

AddictingGames also features “Stick Dude Killing Arena,” where players “train to kill until you die.” The game features splatters of blood and offers a suicide option. Likewise, “Dark Cut” and “Dark Cut 2” feature “More macho surgery! No anesthetic. No antiseptics. Just rusty knives, corn whiskey, and lots of blood!”

AddictingGames also features “Stick Dude Killing Arena,” where players “train to kill until you die.”

AddictingGames warns of “mature content” by featuring a very small image of a bomb near game titles.

The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, a national coalition of health-care professionals, educators, advocacy groups and parents, has spoken out against Nickelodeon’s links to AddictingGames, noting that thousands of parents have written the company to demand it remove links to AddictingGames from its children’s websites.
Members of the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood overwhelmingly chose AddictingGames as 2010’s winner of the Toys Oppressive And Destructive to Young Children Award, also known as the TOADY, for the worst toy of the year.

“Nickelodeon’s cynical disregard of pleas from parents is troubling,” said Dr. Diane Levin, professor at Wheelock College and co-author of “So Sexy So Soon.” “It seems that keeping children’s eyes glued to advertiser-supported screens by providing edgy content is much more important to Nick than honoring parents’ trust.”

In a terms of use statement on its website, Nick.com states the following:

The appearance of external hyperlinks and/or postcards generated by third parties does not constitute endorsement by Nickelodeon Online, its subsidiaries and affiliates of the opinions or views expressed by these third party websites and Nickelodeon Online does not verify, endorse, or take responsibility for the accuracy, currency, completeness or quality of the content contained at these sites. Furthermore, Nickelodeon Online is not responsible for the quality or delivery of the products or services offered, accessed, obtained by or advertised at such sites. As such, neither Nickelodeon Online nor its subsidiaries and affiliates will be responsible for any errors or omissions or for the results obtained from the use of such information contained in these sites. Finally, Nickelodeon Online will under no circumstances be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental or special loss or other damage, whether arising from negligence, breach of contract, defamation, infringement of copyright or other intellectual property rights, caused by the exhibition, distribution or exploitation of any information or content contained within these third party hyperlinked sites.

A similar terms of use statement was located at Neopets.com.

Newsbusters writer Alana Goodman noted, “Nick.com describes itself as ‘THE place for kids to play games online!’ There will even be an entire show devoted to promoting an AddictingGames.com contest airing on Nickelodeon’s TV station on June 19.”

“With widespread concern over teachers sexually abusing children, it’s bizarre that Nickelodeon would partner with a website that seemingly endorses that type of behavior,” Goodman wrote. “Also troubling are the lessons that some of the video games seem to teach children – namely, that it’s acceptable to sexually harass women.”

(Note: Concerned individuals may contact Nickelodeon and parent company Viacom.)

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