South Park Controversies
South Park is an American animated sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Its frequent depiction of taboo subject matter, unusual humor and portrayal of religion for comic effect has generated controversy and debate throughout the world over the course of its 16 seasons. Stone and Parker, who both continue to be heavily involved in the writing and production of each episode, use the show frequently to lampoon a wide range of topics and both sides of contentious issues.
Parker and Stone usually reply to such controversies by regarding themselves as "equal opportunity offenders". They reject the notion of political correctness, and state that no particular topic or group of people will be spared the expense of being subject to mockery and satire, out of fairness to any person or group of people who have been ridiculed before.
A Canadian court has described South Park as a "vulgar, socially irreverent program that contributes nothing to society."
Read more about South Park Controversies: Criticism and Protests, Vulgarity and Depiction of Racism, Lampoon of Scientology, Mormonism, Depiction of The Virgin Mary, Censorship of The Depiction of Muhammad, Depiction of Steve Irwin, Mexican Flag
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