I'm not against the first amendment rights for this material or anything like that, but I do think there is a time and a place for this material to be displayed. I was just at 7-Eleven last week and I was concerned by what I saw so I figured I would raise the question if it bothers anyone else. "Curvy" Magazine is at eye-level with small children at 7-Eleven in Dallas I just snapped these pictures at the 7-Eleven (7-11) on Lemmon Ave. in Dallas. There is a magazine about 24 inches off the ground called "Curvy". Does that bother anyone else? It certainly does to me. I thought there were laws on where and how these magazines could be displayed and they are supposed to be out of reach of children. I'm not going to take my kids into a store with that material at their eye level, smack in front of the checkout where you can't avoid it. They're too young to be put into a position where they have to understand what they're seeing when it's clearly a sexual pose. Usually most stores that have this will have it behind the counter, or at the top-level of the magazine rack. This just caught me off guard. I'm afraid that it's one more reason for me to keep going to the QuickTrip and the RaceTrac type stores, I don't have to worry about this type of material in the eyes - and within easy reach - of my kids. Now that I look at this big-picture, I actually have a problem with the Sports Illustrated being there too at that level with that cover. I guess we're just a culture that's obsessed with sex and images of women to attract men to buy stuff. I does come down to my consumer spending habits. Now that I've been through that I will definitely think twice before going into a 7-Eleven with my kids anytime in the near future.