Tyeforce wrote:I'm sorry, but this story is so ridiculous, on both sides. For one, it's absolutely ridiculous that GameStop doesn't wipe the SD cards on used systems like this. But the whole situation was just way more dramatic and over the top than in needed to be. It's just porn, it's not like it's some horrific shock image. Yeah, maybe it's weird or uncomfortable for the kid, but by the parent making such a huge deal out of the situation, it only makes it worse! The kid only thinks it's such horrible thing because of the scene his dad made. If, when the kid told his dad about the images, he would have just said something like "oh, you're right, you shouldn't be seeing those, it looks like someone made a mistake," took the system, deleted the photos, and returned it without making it out to be such a nightmare, then they wouldn't have this huge issue and Christmas wouldn't have been "ruined." There didn't need to be any tears that day. I don't understand the crying in the first place.
Autosaver wrote:Are people forgetting he is 5?
Most parents don't want their parents exposed to sexual content at the age. Even movies and games tend to block out the entire thing. I do agree it was overdramatic though.
..And why didn't the Gamestop reformat the 3DS? They usually do when they get a device.
Thank You! Glad someone said this while I was writing the following.MichaelJacksonGhost wrote:You obviously either don't have children or don't understand/respect the idea of sexuality. It is not something that a 5 year old should be exposed to nor be attempting to understand at that age, period. Just because you jerk off to it everyday doesn't make it a normality.
bomblord wrote:I'm going to look more into it before saying anything definitive but I remember reading that being exposed to sexual charged material at a young age can cause serious psychological issues later in life.
Users browsing this forum: Google Adsense [Bot], metalpants