Good for you, twittles. Your right to censor the things that your family reads and watches is protected under some Constitutional amendment that you, I'm sure, would love to see repealed. Now when your kid's ASSIGNED the book in 8th grade, you can go and raise hell against your school district, right?
The fact that the books sitting in your recycle bin have already been paid for and hence already made Orson Scott Card money, while you get your warm feeling of non-participation and censorship isn't bordering on stupid at all.
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