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  • I think that I as the parent would rather control when/if/how my children are exposed to such things. I happen to believe that what she did was immoral righfully banned.

    Context is everything my friend.

    • I agree. It is not that I have a problem with breasts -- far from it! -- but I want control over what I see, and what my children see. Of course, I had the common sense to realize than an MTV halftime show -- regardless of nudity -- would be inappropriate for my family, so we watched Winged Migration on DVD instead. On one level, damn, if you're watching MTV, serves you right. :-)

      But still, it was clearly wrong because it was unexpected. It is not about which is worse, nudity or violence. It is about
    • No offence taken. My point is that, why is this even an issue? I find that the issue with children seeing breasts, or skin of any type, is, to me, less of an issue of watching a game where people are engaged in acts of violence.