I brought my son to a game last year. Truthfully the language from fans around us was less of a concern then the noise itself. I tried to get him to wear ear plugs, they wouldn't stay in. Upper deck at the dome the speakers are right in your face, and with it enclosed, over time i don't doubt can have an adverse effect on his hearing. I took him at 3, he's 4 now but still too full of energy to stay in his seat, and not want to play in the aisles. 2 seasons ago i brought him to a twins game and we had seats in the 300 level. The people in the row in front of us actually moved/left when i threatened to spank my son.
I think that the notion of having to settle down because there are women near by is a bit outdated, this is not the 50's. However, it certainly helps when there are impressionable children around, impressionable defined as 3-6 years old, they will repeat almost everything they hear at one time or another.
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