"Smoking kills; so ban cigarettes.
Sex corrupts; so ban bikini pictures, and ban that (in) computer game too.
Cybergames are addictive, so the Government should pass a law...
The (Singapore's) Media Development Authority banned Mass Effect, a futuristic space adventure game, because of complaints over a scene between a woman and a female alien.
But it reversed the ban yesterday and allowed it to be released under an M18 rating."
Fresh off Singapore's decision to ban and then un-ban Mass Effect, Leong Ching from Singapore argues on Newpaper.Asia.com that it is time for the nation to grow out of the nanny nation, whose government would step in and enact a law every time someone is offended or something is deemed as "morally corrupted".