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Swearing on TV


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I saw thread about swearing on forums, but what about TV?

Do you think they should lighten up on the censors? What words should be allowed and what shouldn't?

Do you think after a certain time (maybe 10pm?) all words should be fair game?

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Do kids have access to stream such online on their smartphone? If yes, then it shouldn't be allowed because kids will have access to all that trash talking and it's not good for their development. 

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On 3/31/2024 at 8:19 AM, Nebulous said:

Do you think after a certain time (maybe 10pm?) all words should be fair game?

This is pretty much how it works here in the UK: everything has to be family-friendly until 9pm, and then more adult stuff is allowed. 

Seems to work reasonably well: obviously it doesn't stop kids from accessing more adult stuff if they seek it out, but it does mean they're far less likely to be exposed to it accidentally (assuming they have responsible parents 😛 ).

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Just because "everybody" does it doesn't make it right. We've become a society where respect has gone by the wayside. Swear words don't have the same meaning they used to when I was younger. But doesn't mean they should still be used.

Kids follow fads. If it's on TV, they want it. Even if it's not good for them nor for those around them!

But I don't have much confidence that the times will change back.

Some swearing is fine but it's become such everyday words that's it's too commonplace. It still hurts however!

Kids learn by adults, just as they do by TV. The more the adults around them become nonchalant, the more the kids will LEARN that. & a time frame? With streaming services available 24/7 & shows not being monitored, that won't work.

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