The TEP (Tennessee Equality Project) highlighted a report released Friday, May 31, studying book bans across the state. The study found that Maury, Rutherford, and Wilson counties had some of the highest concentrations of book bans.

“Pride is a celebration of identity, but when people are trying to ban books about you, that’s an erasing of your identity, so this is a major issue for pride,” said TEP Executive Director Chris Sanders.

TN advocates highlight book bans, Title IX at Franklin Pride (wkrn.com)

Oh For f***s sake!  “Erasing your identity”? Banning what books?, what books? What penalties would a person be subjected to if law enforcement catches you with one “banned” book in your possession?

Just because the books have been deemed not appropriate for children of certain age, does not men anybody is trying to “erase your identity”, it simply means we believe that trying to get pre-teens buttfucked by the likes of you is wrong.

Let me show you something:

You see those two books? That kind of literature was and still truly verbotten in Venezuela. If you were to be caught with either book, you would automatically be arrested and sent to jail for many years because you would have deemed to be a danger to the country.

In the worse of cases, you’d be shot on the spot, probably using Ley De Fuga as an excuse.

That is book banning. Yours is simply a screeching fashion pose to claim victim status.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

5 thoughts on “What book ban?”
  1. and victim status is what its all about… we already have laws against discrimination but its not good enough for some.. its exhausting so I chose not to play…

  2. Yeah, the screamin’ meemies were doing the same when FL moved some books out of the elementary school library because they were inappropriate for the age — they were still available for all suitably aged students. Yeah. Ban. Riiiight.

  3. My favorite is when a book is removed from a required reading list, but is still available. “It’s been banned!” Which makes me suspect that the activists never read anything that they’re not forced to read for some reason (grades in school, to show that they’re really part of the activist group, whatever…)

  4. “Pride is a celebration of identity, but when people are trying to ban books about you, that’s an erasing of your identity,…
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    WTeverlovingF!
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    Seriously. Is your identity so fragile that the inability to get a book is “erasing” it?
    What kind of happyhorseshit is that?

  5. I keep reminding myself that whenever the left accuses decent people of planning to do something nefarious, it’s actually because they intend to do that to us.
    The latest great example is “election interference” (or “threat to democracy”).

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