Responsibility of the media
Scholars of psychology have debated on the mal-effects of unwanted early exposure to the portrayal and virtual flaunting of sexuality of the feminine form. This observation was brought on by the discussion on the dance step performed by Miley Cyrus. She went through certain steps that were associated with the provocative gestures of girls who dance professionally at bars. However, the extreme criticism was for the fact that Miley in her teens and the idol of girls in their pre-teens and teens was probably not even aware f the raunchy message connoted by the dance step. The impact this form of dancing would have and did have on the younger girls who were probably in their pre-teens was sadly lamentable.
Regulations Imposed on Media
Girls are considered more sensitive and in turn vulnerable to the senseless exposure to the seamier side of exhibiting sexuality. All efforts are made to prevent them being faced with situations where they may be unprepared to handle themselves and the portrayal of unsavory exposure.
Regulations have been strictly laid down that govern all forms of exposure keeping in mind the level of imbibing of the young impressionable minds. These regulations empower the viewers to report objectionable material which they can classify as being objectionable in the content; were being aired over a channel which was exclusively the domain of children and pre-teens where such material is restricted viewing. This holds true even if the material is being aired at a time slot that has been exclusively kept for viewership by children.
Any complaint by a viewer is given full credence by the broadcaster as this is the first stage of the redressal of all mistakes. However, if the broadcaster does not ameliorate the grievance then the view has ever right to go to the higher authorities and obtain their help in removing the offending program and taking appropriate action against those who brought about the undesired exposure.