Warning: This article contains a full uncensored list the survey's findings
Every year, the Broadcasting Standards Authority release a survey they've done on offensive language in broadcasting. This is bascially words we will noooooot be saying on the radio.
Released today, the research highlights that the "New Zealand public considers culturally insensitive and sexist or ‘gendered’ language to be increasingly unacceptable in certain broadcasting contexts."
Well, without further ado, here are the most offensive words in broadcasting:
You can read the full report here
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