posted on Apr, 9 2014 @ 11:51 AM
I disagree - glamorized violence should notbe regulated because glamorized violence isn't the problem it's only a symptom of emotional
irregulation; an outmoded worldview.
Wasn't suggesting that it should.
However, I do think it would be more effective than taking guns away from individuals as there are plenty other means of doing equally horrific crimes
as it has been demonstrated with pressure cookers, fertilizers and vehicles, etc.
I also do believe in the power of Glamorization hence the billions spent each year to market the consumers.
I make it a point to demonstrate to my 6 year old the truth behind drugs and crime before they get to him.
I show him the more realistic programs like Lockup and even online videos of real patients overdosing on drugs to ensure he sees the un-appealing
aspects of crime and drugs before Hollywood gets to him with their Glamorization of it.
I want him to be informed of the REALITY and not the made up world Hollywood produces of the Tough smart drug dealers or reformed criminals that get
all the Hot girls and live the life of luxury. They rarely show when he or a loved one is killed or is put in jail for the rest of his life or how it
Unfortunately , the masses aren't able to filter the glamorization of violence and what is on tv. Many get their role models from tv and games , which
subliminally develops their problem solving skill set.
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