Still risking flaming...
... go easy, I'm new here.
Yes, Aus is a conservative country led by a conservative right wing govt, and yes, the decision by Ch10 to remove BBAO was a political one, based on licence renewals etc.
But, seriously (and I know I'm on the wrong forum to propose this!), the AO show was simply porn in window dressing. The show offered no further insights into the housemates beliefs and personalities than already garnered through ad nauseum BB hours already offered. This show is aired on free-to-air television and there's no doubt that people of any age can view it, any time.
The view that parents can and should control the TV/Games/DVD/Music viewing of their kids is a bit unrealistic. It's a modern and busy world and being a careful parent aint that easy any more.
And sure, there is nudity on FTA TV like SBS and ABC (and often the commercial channels), however the nudity is usually shown in keeping with the premise of the film or as part of a wider theme in a film or documentary, usually set against the characters, location and plot.
BBAO was simply gratuitous porn for the masses.
You're right, I'm on the wrong forum...