Yes -- like Adult movies.
They should be banned.
No, media should never be censored. I also think the American MPAA (Ontario seems to copy most ratings) rating system is far too strict when rating movies. I like Quebec's system far better unless you really want to go over that line there is no way to get a rating above PG-16. Full frontal nudity and sex, PG-16, **** in every sentence, PG-16. For example Wolf on Wall Street is PG-16 as well as Blue is the Warmest Colour. Game of Thrones is PG-13 and some of you may know what is in that.
Last edited by Carjosse; 06-14-14 at 11:21 PM.
There should be Instant Runoff Voting
Theaters who don't let your kids in to watch rated R movies? They aren't doing it because it's a law. They are doing it because their particular company policy (and really, industry standard) says that kids under 17 can't get into rated R movies.
I used to be a TSM for Movie Gallery. I often worked in the store, and the parents had the right to allow their children to watch rated R movies. We asked them when they opened their account. They could put on their account that yes, their 10 year old is allowed to watch rated R movies, and there is nothing that we, the clerks could do about it. If it were against the law, we wouldn't have been able to do that.
Originally Posted by ChomskyOriginally Posted by OrphanSlug
Actually the Libertarian position is to oppose government censorship. The more Libertarian position is to support an accurate rating system and then ensure the adults have to tools to make their own choices about media that enters their home. Regulating what goes into the home of others is not a Libertarian position.