Parents Guide Of Las Vegas
Every year, more than four million visitors to Sin City travel with children. Sunny weather, bargain-priced rooms and food, and lots of kid-friendly attractions make Vegas an especially attractive vacation spot for families. In this book, author Kathy Espin offers first-hand accounts of hundreds of fun, wholesome, and educational activities for kids of all ages in a city that was built for adults.
The cleanest of the Griswold movies (and a lot more family friendly than the two sequels), this movie features some swearing (lots of “hells” and “damns”, and innuendo) but no sex or violence. It does glamorize gambling, however, so families might want to discuss with younger children whether that is appropriate and what kind of consequences there might be if someone gambled as the Griswolds did.
A 60-something female singer in a club sings torch songs about lost love and troubles; she wears three different long gowns that reveal moderate cleavage. An older man approaches her for sex, she says no, and then gives him a condom that he tells her he used in Las Vegas on his last visit (please see the Substance Use category for more info); he also takes a pill from a bottle labeled as Viagra to take at home; please talk with your teen about the dangers of unprotected sex and taking medication without a doctor’s approval.
A woman in a hotel room is wearing a revealing top; she stands up in front of her guests and sings. She has an extended dance with a male partner, and she holds her breasts for a short time as she moves her body.