This is a bit tangential, but I find it interesting that you’d be willing to talk or read about a topic on OmniNerd, but not see it in a movie. You’re willing to listen to the entire spectrum of music which covers tons of subject, but you won’t watch an R-rated movie.
R-rated movies are usually pretty light too, i.e., some cussing, maybe a boob, and you might hear the f-word. It’s usually the ideas that are more adult focused, e.g., you know people in a movie are having sex even if no nudity is shown. In that regard, I’d say OmniNerd and most music is R-rated too, i.e., intended for an adult audience. So if you get sex, drugs, and violence via other media outlets and don’t discriminate, why do you filter video? What’s the difference?
Moreover, do you really think that filtering that cuss word, boob, and f-word makes the film not R-rated? I could understand a "I don’t want my kid exposed to these things," but that usually is short for "I don’t want my kid exposed to these things until they are older and know what it is they are seeing/thinking/hearing/etc." Being an adult capable of extrapolating the events in a film whether explicitly shown or not, what’s not R-rated about the filtered film?
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