Valley City Public Library votes to keep controversial sex book – INFORUM
Valley City Public Library Votes To Keep Controversial Sex Book
Residents of Valley City debated over the controversial book, “INFORUM,” and whether or not it should stay in the Valley City Public Library. After long deliberation, it was decided that the book should remain on the shelves due to its importance to society.
What is INFORUM?
INFORUM is a book that discusses sex, gender and gender roles. The book offers a look into the complex social issues surrounding these topics. It is a valuable contribution to the discourse on these topics and should be available to the public.
Arguments For Keeping INFORUM
There were many arguments in favor of keeping the book in the library:
- Education: Many argued that the book helps to educate people on important but often overlooked topics of gender and sexuality.
- Empowerment: Others argued that the book provides a source of knowledge and power to those who may not have access to such information.
- Freedom of Speech: Still others argued that the book was a form of free speech and should be protected by the first amendment.
Arguments Against Keeping INFORUM
There were also many arguments made against the book being in the library:
- Objectionable Content: Many argued the content of the book was too risque for children.
- Inappropriate Language: Others argued that the language in the book was too offensive for community members.
- Offensiveness: Still others argued that the book was offensive to certain religions or beliefs.
After carefully considering both sides, the Valley City Public Library voted to keep INFORUM in the library. Despite the fact that some members of the community objected to the content of the book, it is an important resource for learning about gender, sexuality and sex. It is also a valuable resource for those who may be searching for answers to questions about these topics.