Yes,sex and violence on tv should be restricted.It would be better for society,and especially children if sex and violence on tv were restricted.Children watch a lot of tv and are especially impressionable so it would be better if parents and other concerned adults just took control and put reasonable restrictions onTV.
Yes sex and violence on television should be restricted and it is. You won't see full nudity on broadcast channels and violence is also limited. Granted there has been a lot more allowed but there is still a large difference between NYPD Blue and Shameless, broadcast vs paid cable shows.
Sex and violence on television obviously needs some restriction because we do not want young children or easily influenced minds watching things that will corrupt there head or cause confusion. However, it should be available on certain channels that can easily be blocked by families that do not want it.
Some people like certain things, and it's not up to others to dictate how they live their lives. If you don't like what's on tv, it's easy enough to turn off, or even censor out with technology these days. I don't think it contributes significantly to delinquency in the general population.
I do not believe that sex and violence should be restricted on television, at least not all together. I believe it is better to clearly label programs for their content, which is already being done. I think it is nice to have family caliber type programming on during certain times of the day and more violent or sex oriented shows at other times. I believe the system works well as it is.
No, I do not believe that sex and violence need to be restricted. Both of these things are a part of life. The best thing about television is that if you don wish to something that is playing, it is very easy to turn the channel. We can't hide from everything all time.
Sex and violence are commonplace on television nowadays. It doesn't bother me personally, as I'm used to it by now, but if it offends people there's a simple solution- don't watch it. No-one's forcing you. In the case of children, it's the responsibility of parents, not broadcasters, to monitor what their children watch on TV. If a parent complains because their child was exposed to violent or sexual content on a television show, I'm forced to ask why the child was allowed to watch it in the first place? Programmes always warn viewers if there will be adult content, so if a parent then chooses to ignore these warnings that's down to them.
Things on television are already monitored enough. If you do not like what you are seeing then of course don't watch it and find something else. If that is not enough then one should just find something else to watch in general then you don't even have to have a debate at all.