A group of young girls become a frightening force for feminism as we discuss Lois Duncan, water heater's breaking, and dude's being jerks.
1997 - West Virginia - Removed along with 16 other title from Jackson County school libraries
2000 - Virginia - removed from Fairfax County middle school libraries for violence, risky behaviors, and "seeks to prejudice young vulnerable minds on several issues"
2005 - Indiana - Challenged at Lowell Middle School for profanity and sexual content
2007 - New Mexico - Superintendent of Clovis Municipal Schools removed the book from elementary schools after rumors of parent's displeasure and having a formal review which found issues with language and "suggestive material." Duncan (author) agreed the book was not for elementary schools.
Book covers many challenging topics such as sex, language, domestic violence, feminism, anti-feminism, rape, murder, violence, vigilante behavior, sexism, abortion
Doyle, Robert P. "Banned Books: Challenging Our Freedom to Read."
"Dances and Dames"
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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