So these different “things” have been banned in America. Not in the whole of America, but enough to be a problem.
- Books, – A surprising list of recently banned books (Penguin).
- Trans Health/Medical Care
- Being able to bring up your trans child/youth
- Kinder Chocolate eggs, and not guns.
- Trans people and sports.
- White girls can walk around campuses with guns on their shoulders. But you arrest a Sikh for wearing a Kirpan?
Oh my goodness, there are some truly vile people on Facebook who NEVER get banned and yet they banned this? I decided to reblog this because as weird and somewhat funny why they got banned. I felt it was wrong for them to be banned and have income stopped or affected because Facebook is becoming so much worse -.- Please read the Blog post and then check out their Christmas Cards on their Etsy website.
Originally posted on Notes from the U.K.: A British artist’s Christmas cards were recently banned from Facebook for having “adult content.” Adult content? That’s prude-speak for sex. The banned cards showed a robin, a stag, and a squirrel, none of them doing anything unconventional for Christmas cards, although in fairness these are creatures who,…
via The Christmas cards Facebook banned — Praying for Eyebrowz
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This past week has been a very interesting week. It has been banned book week in the US of A.
The 2015 celebration will be held September 27-October 3. Banned Books Week is an annual celebration of a freedom to read. Hundreds of libraries, bookstores and some school around America draw attention to the problem of censorship by hosting a variety of events and making displays of challenged books.
“Banned Books Week was launched in 1982 in response to a sudden surge in the number of challenges to books in schools, bookstores and libraries. More than 11,300 books have been challenged since 1982 according to the American Library Association”
Banned Books Week – Facebook page
Banned Books Week – Webpage
Banned Books Week – American Library Association webpage
If you look up the American Library Association they have a good list of the books that are (as the saying goes) “frequently challenged”.