"I don’t have a problem with her forbidding her daughter to read my book. But imposing her personal beliefs on every child at the school makes her no better than a book burner. As the playwright and journalist Clare Booth Luce once put it: “Censorship, like charity, should begin at home; but unlike charity, it should end there."
Sonya Sones, on the many challenges to the ever-fabulous What My Mother Doesn’t Know
(Source: Los Angeles Times)