Park Hill Jr. High School, Missouri for promoting "the stranglehold of humanism on life in America"
Scranton, PA - challenged for language, "masturbation, birth control, and disobedience to parents"
Akron, Ohio - challenged in school libraries
Howard-Suamico High School, Wisconsin - "it demoralizes marital sex."
Cedar Rapids, Iowa - "pornography and explores areas God didn't intend to explore outside of marriage"
Holdrege, Nebraska - challenged and moved to the adult section at the public library for being "pornographic and does not promote the sanctity of life, family life."
Patrick County, Virginia - placed on restricted shelf
Campbell County, Wyoming - challenged in school libraries as pornography and that it would encourage children "to experiment with sexual encounters."
Moreno Valley, California - challenged at school libraries for profanity, sex, and thems that encourage disrespectful behavior
Eliot, Minnesota - challenged at a classroom library for not casting "a responsible role of parents," that the teens of today are not as sex-minded as the characters, and being pornography, creating a bad role model.
1988 - West Hernando Middle School, Florida - school principal recommended it be removed from school library as inappropriate
1992 - Herrin Junior High School, Illinois - placed on reserve to be checked out with parental permission for being "sexually provocative reading."
Schaumburg, Illinois - removed from Frost Junior High School library because "it's basically a sexual 'how-to-do' book for junior high students. It glamorizes [sex] and puts ideas in their heads."
Rib Lake, Wisconsin - Superintendent found the book "sexually explicit" and filed a "request for reconsideration." The book was confiscated by the principal after being placed on the "parental permission shelf." A guidance councilor spoke out against the principal's actions, his contract was not renewed in retaliation, and a federal jury awarded him $394,560.
1994 - Mediapolis School District, Wisconsin - Removed from school libraries for not promoting abstinence or monogamy, and "lacks any aesthetic, literary, or social value." Returned a month later accessible to high school students.
Gainesville, Florida - removed after a science teacher objected to the sexual content and reference to marijuana
Muncie, Indiana - moved to restricted section of high school library requiring written parental permission.
1996 - Wilton School District, Iowa - challenged for sexual content
1997 - Elgin School District U46, Illinois - banned from middle school libraries for sex. Decision upheld in 1999 and returned to shelves in 2002.
2006 - Fayetteville, Arkansas - Challenged in the Fayetteville Middle and Junior High School libraries along with more than 50 other titles as being too sexually explicit and promoting homosexuality.