In the back of my closet, bags of unwrapped Christmas presents are piled high. There are sweatshirts for the boys, a game of Chinese checkers, a scarf for my mother-in-law, and two video games for my 13-year old son: Call of Duty and Halo 4. Over the past year, my son has relentlessly lobbied for these games. He argued that they're fun and harmless. He said our anti-gun rules are interfering with his social life. He can't invite kids to our house because we don't have the two things that they love most: airsoft guns and violent video games. Our rules were making him into a social misfit.