LINDA CUNNINGHAM School Days [via]
"Read something you shouldn’t. Even better, write something you shouldn’t." soc.li/GtvKKjY— KIRBY (@itsakirby) February 24, 2013
But the library isn’t a remnant of what Big Sur was; it’s the beating cultural heart of Big Sur right now.
The Henry Miller Library, Big Sur
Photo: Shelley Town (Happy 50th)
I tell my own children that no single word is entirely out of bounds. One must simply know the heft of each word, and use it appropriately. If that means employing discretion around archaic or racist terms, so be it.
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
…in [a] PUBLIC
“When I go to the library with my children, I don’t want to be seeing, let alone explaining homosexual intimacy to my children.”
Will someone explain to Mr. Friesen of Tillsonburg, “It’s okay.”
Tillsonburg Public Library, take down that curtain. Shame.
Pictured: The offensive culprit. R. Bruce Flowers, Joy
A really fine argument here against censorship, and why libraries must remain vigilant in their stance.
IS IT CHILD ABUSE, GAY PORN OR OUR LITERARY HERITAGE?
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