Judge determines 2 controversial books 'obscene' for children
A judge has ruled in a fight over the explicit sex content of a couple of controversial books that they are "obscene" for children.The fight comes out of Virginia Beach, Virginia, where a circuit court judge has declared "Gender Queer" and "A Court of Mist and Fury" "obscene" for unrestricted viewing by minors.The challenge had been brought by Virginia State Delegate Tim Anderson, who said the ruling is appropriate."It doesn't mean the books are…
'Doesn't mean the books are banned': Va. judge rules pair of books obscene for kids
A ruling out of a Virginia Beach circuit court is giving hope to those aiming to toss certain controversial books out of public school libraries. Wednesday, a judge ruled there is cause to declare "Gender Queer" and "A Court of Mist and Fury" obscene for unrestricted viewing by minors. A win for attorney and Virginia State Delegate Tim Anderson. "It doesn't mean the books are banned," said Anderson. "It doesn't mean we're burning books or infrin…
Parental Advisory: Court Rules 'Gender Queer' Novel Too Sexually Explicit for Schools - Washington Free Beacon
Two sexually explicit novels may soon be removed from Virginia public school libraries thanks to a circuit court decision that called the books "obscene."