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Schwarzenegger vs. EMA, the recap {Joystiq}

Nov 3rd 2010 10:05AM

The problem is, parents are not taking responsibility for their children. They are buying them these games, and my children have to suffer the consequences of other people's childrens', violence, anger, aggression, immorality and addiction. It is a proven fact that these children are already ignored and thrown in front of these games only to be taught disgusting futile actions that these games portray as "cool". This is an addiction, research it!... These kids are losing so much while being in the murderous worlds of many of these games. These children are acquiring an addiction, that shields them from the real world and from school work.

Wake up people you let your children play these games and society will suffer...

What happened to mario brothers and tetris? these are games that exercise the brain and do not hold attention span so long that the child is couped up and not doing their chores, homework or spending time with friends and family. I agree the government should not have to take on the responsibility of protecting our children.... YOU SHOULD!

GQ Editor on 'Glee' Photo Shoot: 'They're Old Enough to Do What They Want' {PopEater}

Oct 21st 2010 10:52AM

Is there anything anymore that is not sexualized? These stars are part of a show that is directed toward families.. My 13 year old should not have to see ALL of her favorite stars dressed in playboy playmate outfits and poses... Is it possible that stars and producers/photographers should think about the audiences that will see these photos? Maybe we could tone it down a little and our teenagers will realize not everything is not about sex; how hot you are; or how many pieces of clothing we should take off! I may stop watching the show if they keep getting more and more sexualized (such as the Britney spears episode). For the love of God have some respect for your viewers, and society!!!!

GQ Editor on 'Glee' Photo Shoot: 'They're Old Enough to Do What They Want' {PopEater}

Oct 21st 2010 10:49AM

Is there anything anymore that is not sexualized? These stars are part of a show that is directed toward families.. My 13 year old should not have to see ALL of her favorite stars dressed in playboy playmate outfits and poses... Is it possible that stars and producers/photographers should think about the audiences that will see these photos? Maybe we could tone it down a little and our teenagers will realize not everything is not about sex; how hot you are; or how many pieces of clothing we should take off! I may stop watching the show if they keep getting more and more sexualized (such as the Britney spears episode). For the love of God have some respect for your viewers, and society!!!!

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