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Alabama Libraries Face Scrutiny for ‘Sexually Suggestive’ Materials in Children’s Sections

"Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has expressed concerns about sexually suggestive content available in the state’s public libraries, particularly in sections dedicated to children.

This list could go on, but the important point, as I understand it, is that each of these books has been made freely available in the very part of the library where children and youth are most likely to browse,” Ms. Ivey wrote.

Ms. Ivey’s main concern, however, is not the removal of these books but ensuring that they are placed in appropriate sections within libraries. She believes that parents should have a say in whether their children access such materials rather than leaving it to “the whims of a local library.”

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