I'm an assistant manager for GameStop and I see parents come in all the time and buy M rated games for their 7-8 year old kids all the time. It's part of my job to ask the parents if they are okay with the content as laid out by the ESRB. 90% of them just brush it off and say "yeah it's fine", however when I mention sexual content, they immediately give me the red flag. My question is where is the dividing line? It's okay for your 8 year old to stab people in the face, blow off their limbs and curse up a storm but if he/she see's a boob, it's time to call in the FCC and the national guard. I just feel like it's either all okay or none of it is. I'm not trying to tell people how to parent their kids (though some could obviously use some direction) I'm just curious as to why this mindset exists. I'm curious to hear your thoughts as well. Where do you stand? Do you let your kids play M rated games before they are legally/emotionally old enough? If you don't have kids yet, will you let them?