You Can’t Have Your Tits and Name Them Too

If you are remotely familiar with Spanish-language television, you might have noticed that scantily-clad muchachas are never in short supply, whether they are stars of a telenovela, hosts of family game show or simply just delivering the news.

But one thing is to show feminine attributes all day long on television and another is to call those attributes by their name. And that is why Telemundo has chosen to go with the image of a brassiere instead of the actual word to promote the upcoming premiere of Sin tetas no hay paraíso (Literally: Without Tits There is No Paradise.)

Reporting on the story for Multichannel News, this is what the network had to say about the name change:

“We think this compelling telenovela from Colombia conveys important messages of interest to our U.S. audiences,” a Telemundo spokesperson said via e-mail. “However, based on our network standards and our understanding of the expectation of our viewers, we have made certain adjustments including the treatment of the name.”

Which basically means: You cannot have your tetas and name them too!

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