Hmm. Well, at the beginning...we were allowed to get Street Fighter II, but not Street Fighter II Turbo. Final Fight, but not Final Fight 2 and 3. No Mortal Kombat. My mom made quite a fuss with the English teacher for assigning 'The Crucible' for me to read while I was in 8th grade. (Turns out there was no actual magic in the book at all, now that I've read it. Go figure.) As I got older, I made those sorts of decisions for myself, throwing out or trading in games that had spiritism, throwing out CDs if the music was too erotic-sounding, or movies if they had a PG-13 sex scene in them. My mom was pretty mad at me for taking the family to see 'Fellowship of the Ring' when I was at college age (I knew nothing about the story at all at the time, or else I suppose I would never have considered it at the time. Now I just love Tolkien!).
Zelda used to be cool, but this past weekend, my mom finally turned against it and declared it evil, got rid of all the Zelda games she had. So naturally there's a sequel to 'A Link to the Past' coming soon and I'd just end up having a fight with the Mrs. if I get it. So of course I'll just have to continue my personal black market entertainment decisions.
Speaking of the Mrs., she's had issues with movies since we got married. 'Avatar' (ah, now there was a horrible fight, like, a month or two after I'd already watched the movie), the animated film '9', last year's 'Les Miserables', and probably others I can't think of at the moment. She stopped playing 'Rayman Raving Rabbids 2' at some point because of some spiritism. I'm just glad nobody around here's gotten to the point of turning on Mario for all those Ghost Houses he has to run through. I do expect that to be next for my mom--she's gone way off the reservation into the cult identity lately.
It's funny. My brother used to listen to a ton of rap music in his later years. I guess he got away with it when he was driving around or something.
Well...that's all I can think of at the moment.