Do you think it's uncouth/wrong for a single, grown woman who doesn't have any children in her 20s to be watching children's movies?
- AngieLv 46 months agoFavorite Answer
I do not think it is wrong for childless adults to watch children's movies. Perhaps a bit out of the ordinary, but certainly not wrong. When my children were much younger, I watched movies with them, but it was out of a sense of spending quality family time together, not because I was particularly entertained by the movies. Different strokes for different folks. However, there are some settings in which it may be odd or unusual. If there is some type of showing or premiere event that has been advertised and geared primarily toward the entertainment of children, I don't think it would be a good idea for a childless adult to attend. That could come across as a bit creepy, especially in such a day and age in which people are hyper-vigilant when it comes to child predators. While it wouldn't necessarily be "wrong" for an adult to attend for their own entertainment, it would probably just be wise to avoid those settings and watch the movie at home.
- LiliLv 76 months ago
Of course not.
I'm not sure you understand what the word "uncouth" means. It refers to being poorly raised, with bad manners - not knowing how to behave in polite society.
And it certainly isn't "wrong". I collect children's books and love reading them. If you like watching children's movies, it's fine. Some of them are really fine, worth watching and enjoying.
Just be sure, though, that this doesn't reflect some serious immaturity on your part. If you're refusing to grow up, accept adult responsibilities, then the movies could be a symptom of that problem.
- Sunday CroneLv 76 months ago
Uncouth/wrong????? strange wording there. I am in my 70's and still watch kids movies once in a while, the uncomplicated nature is refreshing
- bluebellbkkLv 76 months ago
I'm a grown woman in my 70s who doesn't have any children. There are lots of children's movies that I still enjoy.
PS I'm curious about why you used the word 'uncouth'. I can't make it work in this context at all.
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- GEEGEELv 76 months ago
No. Do you think she's a pedophile in hiding?
- M'aiq The liarLv 76 months ago
No. Its not. People can watch whatever movie they want to
- Anonymous6 months ago
Whaaaaat!? There's a young childless lady watching "Rated G" movies!? Get a rope.
- CogitoLv 76 months ago
Not at all. I'm in my 60s and I love loads of animated movies.
- PearlLv 76 months ago
i dotn see anything wrong with it, they could be doing worse stuff
- yLv 76 months ago
Nope, we all grow up enjoying certain movies or this and that. It makes sense if one is comfortable in their own skin to revisit them from time to time. It's the same sort of debate as to, when we should stop climbing a tree, or eating kids foods like mac and cheese. If one enjoys something and it does not hurt others, then do not stop doing it becouse we are supposedly, grown up.
- DzeLv 76 months ago
depends on 'how children' they are .. i can get into a good pixar movie like bugs life, but barney .. no lol ...