This drew the concern of several parent councils, who were expecting a children's television show character to top the list, and the headmaster of a Cambridgeshire public school urged parents to prevent their children from watching the show. The following program contains coarse language and due to its content it should not be viewed by anyone." The conservative advocacy group Parents Television Council has frequently criticized South Park for "over-the-top vulgar content" and "tastelessness," condemning the show as a "curdled, malodorous black hole of Comedy Central vomit" that "shouldn't have been made." Several other Christian activist groups have protested the show's parodies of Christianity-related matter and portrayal of Jesus Christ—whom South Park has depicted saying "Goddamn," shooting and stabbing other characters, and as unable to perform actual miracles.
The latter seasons are rated MA15 , which is a rating restricted for people over 15 years, and is strong in impact.
Despite being rated M on television, the season 3 DVD set was the first season to receive an MA15 rating.
A counter superimposed on the bottom left corner of the screen tracked each of the episode's utterances of the word "shit," which was said 162 times without being bleeped, while also appearing uncensored in written form 32 times, totaling 194 times used.
Despite its 43 uncensored uses of the word, the episode generated relatively little other controversy, as most in the black community and the NAACP praised the episode for its context and its comedic way of conveying other races' perceptions of how black people feel when hearing the word.
The Christian Family Network prepared an educational guide on how to "protect our youth from vile trash like South Park," and claims their efforts to "restore morality, and protect life for the individual, family, and community" would be impeded if children watched the series.
Matt Stone insists that "[kids] don't have any kind of social tact or etiquette", and claims that parents who disapprove of South Park for its portrayal of how kids behave are upset because they "have an idyllic vision of what kids are like." Several groups have called for a boycott of the show, its sponsors, and the networks which air it.Move with Africa est une action destinée aux professeurs et aux élèves du 3e degré de l'enseignement secondaire (5e, 6e et 7e) de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, quelle que soit la forme d'enseignement et quel que soit le réseau auquel ils appartiennent.Interculturalité, citoyenneté mondiale, relations nord-sud ; voilà les thématiques qu’aborde l’action initiée par La Libre Belgique, en partenariat avec une dizaine d’acteurs de coopération au développement, le ministère de la Coopération au développement et le ministère de l’Enseignement de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles.While some in the Jewish community have praised the show's depiction of the character Eric Cartman holding an anti-Semitic attitude towards fellow student Kyle Broflovski as a means of accurately portraying what it is like for a young Jew to have to endure bigotry as an ethnic minority, In the season nine (2005) episode "Trapped in the Closet", Stan Marsh is recognized as the reincarnation of Scientology founder L.Ron Hubbard before denouncing the church as nothing more than "a big fat global scam." Tom Cruise, also a Scientologist, is seen in the episode locking himself in Stan's closet and refusing to come out, as other characters ambiguously plead for him to "come out of the closet" in a parody of rumors involving Cruise's sexuality.Avec Move With Africa, 150 jeunes et 30 professeurs s'investissent concrètement dans un projet de coopération au développement en Afrique.