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Should children's tv be allowed to have characters/families that follow a certain religion for a non-educational purpose? (heavily/nonheavily)

Asked by: ghostdance11
Should children's tv be allowed to have characters/families that follow a certain religion for a non-educational purpose? (heavily/nonheavily)
  • No sugar coating though.

    You tell the children that not all religions are peaceful such as Islam, but say that the majority are reformed but its not the majority that counts, the kids at there school are reformed, and that you should respect them but keep them at arms length, I got shot 4 times by one in Iraq so I see the bad, but I know that some are good respectable humans.

  • Its their choice what they say

    A show should never be forced to either show or not show certain religious beliefs or any beliefs. If the things said on the show are heinous then people will either stop watching the show or their will be so much public outcry that they will stop but they should not be mandated by the government to do such a thing.

  • We should show the real world.

    In old tv shows. People said things that were real. Kids dealt with significant issues, including religion, drugs, dating. Now everything is shallow and fake. Children's companies should feel free to have a Jewish, Christian, or Buddhist family, because those are families that watch the show. . . . .

  • Yes they should

    They should because no matter your religon your still a person.Thats is our probmles today we think everybody is'nt human and they are, and childs,teens, and adults look at people who are not the same race or relgion a different way and it isn't fair to other because it not there fault that they are different

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