I don’t think you’re understanding what I mean entirely. What I mean by “we’re human” is that sometimes, it doesn’t matter how we have things portrayed to us as children. Sometimes we need to take responsibility for our own bad choices. People have tried using “this influences people” to stop all kinds of films, books, games etc. The only problem with that is that we all react differently to these portrayals. Also, most of the time, a well-thought-out representation can be better and more beneficial than not representing difficult topics at all.
It may be better to cover things like rape and sexual assault in ways that help young people understand these topics and behave sensitively. It may be better to show young people that relationships with teachers are inherently unhealthy, rather than not represent them at all. Maybe it’s better to show young people that these things exist and teach them how to deal with sensitive topics as they arise appropriately and usefully, as opposed to censoring difficult stuff from 13-year-olds. Ignorance isn’t always a good thing.