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The term '''family-friendly''' is applied to material (most frequently [[movies]] and [[video games]]) which is appropriate for use by all ages. It is characterized by being free from [[profanity]], sexual description (in words or images), foul language, [[blasphemy]], [[drug]] use, and positive depictions of [[crime|criminal]] violence, etc. and is respectful towards [[Christian]] values. It is ironic that material containing these is often described as 'adult'; anything more immature than [[pornography]] would be hard to imagine.
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The term '''family-friendly''' is applied to material (most frequently [[movies]] and [[video games]]) which is appropriate for use by all ages. It is characterized by being free from sexual description (in words or images), [[profanity]], [[blasphemy]], [[drug]] use, and positive depictions of [[crime|criminal]] violence, etc. and is respectful towards [[Christian]] values. It is ironic that material containing these is often described as 'adult'; anything more immature than [[pornography]] would be hard to imagine.
  
 
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Revision as of 23:14, June 7, 2008

The term family-friendly is applied to material (most frequently movies and video games) which is appropriate for use by all ages. It is characterized by being free from sexual description (in words or images), profanity, blasphemy, drug use, and positive depictions of criminal violence, etc. and is respectful towards Christian values. It is ironic that material containing these is often described as 'adult'; anything more immature than pornography would be hard to imagine.