A little consistency would also be nice.
If a smoking cartoon camel makes kids smoke, why does seeing violent television not contribute to violent kids?
If seeing violence on TV, movies, or in video games has no negative impact on kids, then seeing pornography in the same places also shouldn't have an effect, right?
Either images in media affect those experiencing them (especially kids in various stages of development), or they don't. Don't sit there and try to tell me, though, that only some things have an effect, and others don't. Don't tell me that a ten year old can watch UFC and have no negative effects, but a glimpse of sex will ruin them.