South Park 
TV Show
Animation
Comedy
TV Show
Animation
Comedy
No rape or sexual assault
Rape or sexual assault mentioned, discussed, implied
Sexual harassment e.g non-consensual grabbing, touching, cat-calling)
Sexual relationship between adult and teenager
Child sex abuse
Incest
Attempted rape
Rape off-screen or strongly implied
Rape on-screen

Description

S1E1: aliens anally probe a character. S3E6: the episode focuses on sexual harassment lawsuits. A 3rd grade class is informed of the subject by a man in a panda suit telling them that sexual harassment is not cool. S4E5: a man is gang-raped by paedophiles off-screen after being mistaken for a child. The scene is played for laughs. S4E16: children falsely accuse their parents of molestation. S5E8: a character is mentioned to be experiencing date rape psychosis (this is an excuse for kids to play video games). S6E8: the episode focuses on the Catholic church sexual abuse scandals. A counsellor asks the boys if they were molested. S10E1: an investigator demonstrates to a fourth-grade class what paedophiles do to children with a featureless doll. A young boy says his uncle did that to him once, indicating that he was sexually abused. S10E10: a kindergarten teacher embarks on a sexual relationship with a student. One character reports it to the police but he is not taken seriously, because the perpetrator is a conventionally attractive woman, setting the episode’s conflict. S11E2: a character takes a sordid photo of his so-called friend while he was sleeping to humiliate him. He reverses the positions to trick him into oral, only for his father to catch him and send him to a conversion camp. S11E10: a child jokes about a stranger raping himself and his friends. S11E11: adult characters are raped off-screen. S11E12: evil wooden critters discuss hunting down people, killing them and sodomizing their corpses. S12E8: Steven Spielberg and George Lucas rape Indiana Jones, as a jab to purists who claimed that they “raped their childhoods.” The characters who witnessed this are traumatized by it. S14E7: a boy is raped by a shark. S14E9: a rat monster rapes characters, only to be stopped by one of the protagonists. S17E8: a brother and sister news host team have sex in a Game of Thrones parody. S19E2: a character is pressured into raping a Canadian girl, only to befriend her instead. A man rapes the Canadian president to death. S21E7: the president rapes immigrants. This is viewed as horrifying. S24E1 (Pandemic Special): discussion and visuals of a bat and a pangolin being raped by a lead character. Repeated, graphic discussion of DNA (sperm) inside of these animals. The same character puts his sperm into a joint and forces another character to smoke it, also tricking a number of other characters into smoking/ingesting it unknowingly.

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