Should harmful images be outlawed from public display?
I believe that in order to protect the psyches of the innocent that they must be outlawed. Example: images of war.
That's interesting. When you say "public display", does that include the internet, museums, movies? Wouldn't that be considered censorship?
I remember in school we learned about some disturbing historical matters and the images still haunt me. I wish I hadn't seen those images.
I understand what you are saying, but the truth is they are there and today anything can be found. Video games alone have become far more violent and pornographic and many T.V. shows allow things that I personally feel are to much for children to see. The world is changing and children are told to grow up faster. Also who would decide what can be seen and cant I may consider a simple fight seen too violent while the other family considers organs spewing out a victim the cut off. The easiest answer is just set up controls on the T.V. and watch your kids closley
I believe that censorship is vital to the protection of the stability of each member of society's psyche.
Yes, I agree that some things should be censored, but who would control what and how much. Just because I feel that a women in a bikini is to scandalous and sexually provocative that does not mean that a entire nation agrees.
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