I am raising my child without violence, and I make sure any media I expose him to is nonviolent and in sync with what I teach him. I wouldn't want him to get the message that hitting is ok, or two wrongs make a right, or parents should be rude to their children, etc. But I've always thought censorship was wrong. Things like banning books from a library I know I don't agree with, and I'm pretty sure I wouldn't want to keep a book or a tv show, etc., off-limits entirely. I'd rather just keep communication open, and talk about the issues the show or whatever brings up, to make sure a child could have all the facts without getting them distorted by it. But I wonder about the younger ones. How much censorship, and what kind, is beneficial? How do you do it age-appropriately?