Andrea Peyser, the New York Post columnist who hates both art and atheists, has found a "new" societal ill to lash out at: reality TV. It's turning girls into sluts! All of them! Because they're all too weak-willed to step away from the big box! Crisis!

She rallies against VH1's Flavor of Love, a show which hasn't actually been on the air since 2008, for "celebrating every ugly stereotype attached to females." She calls the stars of MTV's 16 And Pregnant, which the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy found works as a teaching tool in after-school programs, "trailer trash." She compares TV producers and advertisers, "fond of pimping out virtual kiddie prostitutes to turn a buck," to pedophiles and lambasts "budding train wreck" Miley Cyrus and "obscene" Lourdes Ciccone, who, last we checked, aren't on reality TV.

“The media has gone to the dark side,” one conservative mother tells Peyser, which conservative mothers have been saying since approximately the birth of media. It's probably for the best that Peyser doesn't seem to know any independently-minded, educated and self-respecting women who can enjoy a night of reality TV without blurring the lines between what they see on the screen and what happens in real life. She might be forced to choke on her own words.