The more homophobic you are, the more you obviously love men

In Protest"Jackson checked out a copy of the book "The Joy of Gay Sex", and he says he has no plans to return it."

Several books considered controversial by some will remain part of the collection at the Nampa Public Library, but they might not be accessible to library patrons.

Monday afternoon, the Nampa Library Board decided to keep “The Joy of Sex" and "The Joy of Gay Sex" books as part of its collection. However, the books will now be housed on the highest shelf in the library, and library workers will be asked to make more rounds to pick up books left on tables.

Randy Jackson complained to the board about the books, which he feels are pornographic in nature, and too easily accessible by children and teens, “I believe that the library board did not have the best interests of the community in mind when they made their decision today.”

Those who want the books to stay, like Lorrie Breshears, say it's censorship, “Parents should be watching their children and supervising what they are reading. So I prefer it stay where it was so that people wanting that information don't have to ask for it.”

Jackson checked out a copy of the book "The Joy of Gay Sex", and he says he has no plans to return it.

I bet he goes home and goes through the book very carefully, making copious notes to make sure that he can be fully aware of all the ways that he can have sex with, I mean combat, gay men and their obvious campaign to convert people to the gay lifestyle. Right after he masturbates, that is.

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Blogger Dave2 said...

You sir, Mr. Jackson, are a hero.

I want society to babysit my children and decide what I can and cannot look at. I don't want the burden of having to make such hard decisions on my own. Heaven only knows the chaos that you are preventing in the community by sparing them from such pornographic resources illustrating "gay sex," let alone those who might find "joy" in such activities.

So bravo Mr. Jackson! May I make a suggestion that you hide the book so that authorities cannot come to claim it? Perhaps shoving it straight up your ass would make for a good hiding place? I'm sure there's a chapter on that, if you'd care to look for it in the book.

6/23/2006 10:35 AM  
Blogger Sera Skywalker said...

*snorts* America is so much fun...

6/23/2006 11:21 AM  
Blogger Webmiztris said...

The way I look at it, parents should WANT their kids to look at either of those books if the so desire. It boggles my mind that parents would rather shelter their kids from learning about sex rather than allowing them to educate themselves.

6/23/2006 11:51 AM  
Blogger Grant said...

Did he say whether or not he planned to really enjoy the book that night?

6/23/2006 6:03 PM  



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