According to this article, the National Organization of Women (NOW) has been urging its members to complain to the FCC about a contest where a radio station gave away breast agumentation surgery.
In the "Breast Christmas Ever" contest, 13 women were awarded the procedure after writing essays to the stations explaining why they wanted larger breasts. A Tampa station claimed to receive more than 91,000 entries.
While maybe I agree with NOW that there are too many breast augmentation surgeries, I am outraged by NOW's desire to trample on the free speech rights of radio stations. The radio station wasn't doing anything illegal. Breast augmentation surgery is a legally authorized medical procedure, and radio stations always give stuff away to encourage greater listenership. Maybe the contest was in bad taste, but freedom of speech includes tasteless speech.
We see yet another example of liberal organizations paying only lip service to free speech.
Luckily for me, my breasts are naturally endowed with a nice size so I don't need to enter a contest like this.