Wednesday, October 2, 2013

How to teach your daughter that books which offend you should be banned

Author Constance Cooper explains How my 8-year-old daughter got some sexist kids' books yanked from the bookstore.

Emma noted that by yanking those sexist books, other parents and children have been deprived of the opportunity to talk about books and sexism.

For people who say only governments can censor: the First Amendment protects private censorship, but opposing free speech is still wrong: a few points from the ACLU, Popehat, Salman Rushdie, and others.