It Takes a Village (Part 3)

The “village” protected all children.

When children went into a store, they did not see “girlie” magazines anywhere.  Those publications were kept behind the counter, and men had to ask for them.  Children were protected.

Children watched television, so television programs did not show people having sex, and it did not show brutal violence.  They saw hugs and kisses–that’s it.  The cowboys shot each other in the arm or leg or shot the gun out of each other’s hands.  Sometimes someone was shot in the back, but children never saw anyone get shot in the head!  Children were protected. 

There is no way for children’s minds to intellectually and/or properly process visions of sex and/or violence.

Children must be protected.


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About Line of Serenity (Joyce Fields)

As a thought leader for today's generation, I choose to be part of the solution and am doing things that positively impact people's lives. In addition to being a happy, married (since 1967!) woman, sister, aunt, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, I have over 40 years' experience in "Corporate America": Stenographer, Secretary, Supervisor, Analyst, Office Manager, Executive Assistant. I am also a professional proofreader and the author of eight books (seven non-fiction; one children's fiction--
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