Website review by
Dana Anderson, Common Sense Media
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"Funny," degrading videos aren't for teens.

Parents say

age 18+
Based on 1 review

Kids say

age 15+
Based on 3 reviews

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Positive Messages

Even the site creators admit the site is full of "jackass opinions" about video games, tech, news, sports, and "boobs."


A lot of talk about Grand Theft Auto IV and other violent video games and comics. One of the producers of this site played GTA IV for 28 hours in a live Internet world-record stunt.


The first-ever "how to" video posted here was "How to Break into the Porn Industry." There are photos of completely nude women, with small icons over breasts and genitals. Writers talk about sexual acts explicitly. Porn stars are featured in some videos. Writing about "boobs" and women in derogatory ways is common in posts.


Many swear words, including "f--k" and "s--t." Of more concern is the language commonly used here to talk about women, who are typically not much more than body parts.


No outright ads, but there are links in posts that accompany videos, which include promos to The Hustler Club, Deja Vu Showgirls, casinos, racetracks, etc.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

References to drug use at concerts. A concerned warning about not getting too heavily into drugs and partying if you decide to "break into the porn industry."

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this site claims to be a "funny video" site for guys ages 13 and up. But what it really includes is soft porn, crude jokes that make fun of women, and lots of rude locker room humor. This site is competing with JackassWorld.com, without taking the physical risks. Some teen boys may, in fact, find this site funny. But the stereotypes of women and sexually explicit videos, photos, and text will definitely alarm many parents.

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Parent of a 5, 6, 7, 10, 10, and 17-year-old Written byCharlie The Cat December 22, 2011
Teen, 13 years old Written by2cat007 October 12, 2010

Worst site!

What kind of stupid person would go or post something on the site!
Kid, 10 years old May 25, 2010
Ooookay.. this site womps. To get to this site you need to give your user name and password!!! WHAT WERE THEY THINKING!! (*o*)

What's it about?

BUSHLEAGUE.TV comedian writers bill themselves as "an Internet super team of well-informed, poorly behaved experts for all areas of life." Well-informed about things like porn and violent video games, yes. Poorly behaved, agreed. A place where teens should go for laughs? No.

Is it any good?

With posts like "Gentlemen, start your boners," including photos of completely naked women with tiny icons covering nipples and genitals, this site may seem funny to teen boys, many of whom are at the stage where they laugh when any word about a body part or bodily function is mentioned. But the real dangers of soft-core porn, blatant objectifying of women, over-fixation on violent video games, and a general slacker attitude about life are not what most parents want their teen boys spending time on the Internet laughing or "learning" about.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about why a site like this exists. Who is benefiting from getting young teen boys hooked on this kind of material (especially the soft porn videos and photos) and how do they do it? With older teens, you may want to discuss the prevalence and dangers of Internet pornography and the social problem of pornography addiction.

Website details

  • Genre: Video Sites
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: June 19, 2019

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