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Unformatted text preview: I am not really sure how to answer this question. On one hand I think that children who play video games that are violent or are sexually themed, are more at risk to being sexually active or wanting to be sexually active. As with the violent themed video games children tend to act out violent games and movies when playing with other children, which is not appropriate by any means. On the other hand I truly believe that it is the parent’s responsibility to not allow such video games in their homes if they have young children. If you do have young children playing video games then find one that is age appropriate. All video games have ratings, E for everyone, T for teens 13 and up, M for mature, these are for 18 and over. It is imperative to teach our children right from wrong and to have high moral standards, so if they ever do play such games, they will know right from wrong and the difference between reality and video game guru. ...
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- Spring '10