Nudity and Violence: This is what GAME OF THRONES has for Children
As you enter in parenthood, you get yourself introduced to limitless concerns about your children’s safety. The questions of allowing your teenage daughter to have a boyfriend and 13-year-old son to have night-outs keep you awake at night. You know that there is certainly a right time for everything, but you are uncertain of that right time. Likewise many other parents, you are not clear when you should introduce your kids to matters such as sex, violence, and drugs. While some wait for their children to reach puberty, the others start discussing these topics with kids near the age of 8. However, the situations can turn out to be uncontrollable if your kids learn about these things prior the appropriate time and from a source other than you.
Unfortunately, our new generation learns about most of the sensitive subjects from television shows, movies, and the internet. These mediums regularly expose teenagers and underage children to content inappropriate for their ages. The major television shows and movies provided by television networks and filmmakers are not family-friendly and one of its illustrations is HBO’s blockbuster fantasy drama series Game of Thrones.
The sensual TV show has been gaining tremendous popularity over the years. It was first premiered in 2011; its seventh season recently started in July 2017, and it would conclude with its eighth series in 2018 or 2019. The American drama series has got record viewership on HBO and has an extensive international fan base. It has been acclaimed for its plot, story, and characters but it has also been criticized for its frequent use of female nudity, violence, and even sexual violence.