I worked at a video store for three years during college and one thing I came across was this (and yes, I am going to over-simplify the issue for time/length's sake): Adults with pre-teens/teens that don't want their children to watch sex in film, but it's okay for them to watch violence. Here's my problem: Though killing (typically for food) used to be natural to us and has since been suppressed by modern society (actually since the dawn of society) it is not morally right for us to kill other human beings. However, sex is completely natural between two concenting adults and, though still considered taboo by many, normal and prominate in our society. Which leads me to my next issue: There was a guy that used to come to my video store with his two 14 year-old sons and constantly ask me about the "action" movies he was renting. He would first ask my opinion of the film and then ask me if there was sex involved. I couldn't understand why he felt it was okay to let his sons watch 5-15 killings per movie (unatural), but be very concerned about whether sex (natural) was shown. I mean, what is this teaching his children? That violence is okay, but sex is not? I understand that because of the sometimes sensationalized and over-the-top depiction of violence that it can be construed as fake, but regardless of it's depiction, it's still violence. I am also not talking about comparing films like Predator vs. Debbie Does The Entire City of Los Angles either. I finally asked him about that and he just blushed with embarssement and never answered my question. When I have children and they are young, I just won't allow them to watch violent or sex involved material. When they get to be 14 and my wife and I feel it is okay for our children to watch R-rated films, sex and violence are part of that and will not discriminate. And I'm spent.