I thought it had too many exclamation points and too few question marks. I'm all for questioning tradition and the current state of things, if it is phrased as questions.
Also, it serves little purpose to "take away" things, when you don't offer a better replacement - the idea should preferably be to inspire growth, evolution and a wider range of options, rather than making the field narrower and with less options.
Also, I think you've mislabeled #9, as it seems to deal with the paranoia induced by the fear-mongers (tabloid newspapers), rather than with "decency". I firmly believe that if a kid's upbringing is too void of physical contact with other humans, the result might be an emotionally crippled adult (and we know, also from the tabloids, what they can do.)
...that's not to say that we shouldn't take some care in our choice of material. But, for example, letting two kids hang on to your arms, as "cheating controllers" after being "accused" of cheating, and let them almost dangle from the arms when the wand is waved - that kind of physical contact is difficult to misconstrue.