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* The concept behind the NC-17 rating relates to Joseph standing up to the seduction of Potiphar’s wife. Joseph was 17 at the time. As explained in “TheKabbalahofaGrowthHacker,” as a result of standing up to the trail of adolescence (i.e., not watching NC-17 movies, other immodest content, etc…) a person merits to become a “revealer of secrets.” Accordingly, PG-13 corresponds to both tests–the challenge not to view the world as R rated, and to withstand the tests seduction–which begin at the age of 13, Bar Mitzvah. G and PG are interchangeable as children benefit from helpful parental guidance no matter what their age.
About the Author: Yonatan Gordon has spent most of his past 13 professional years in the world of Jewish publishing. He was the Marketing Manager at Kehot Publication Society (publishing arm of Chabad) for the better part of six years. He is founder of the website Community of Readers.
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