“Children's Books Don’t have Porn in them,”
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by abiloveslucy
9M ago
This post is Level 2: "I'm Cringing Inside" Warning that the descriptions of what the book included may be upsetting. This post may contain affiliate links. "Children's books don't have porn in them" is a common argument when one brings up the fact that children's and teen's books have been infiltrated with sexual content. However, this argument is plainly false, and any quick Google search would debunk this statement. Below is a compiled list of some of the School boards and books that have been asked to be taken from school libraries for sexually explicit content. Reported instances of Porn ..read more
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Taking the Plunge: Why I Decided to Write Clean Fiction
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by abiloveslucy
9M ago
LEVEL ONE: Safe to be read by any age. Author Bethany Klassen *This post may contain Affiliate Links* Fiction - entertainment or influence? Have you ever picked up what you thought was a Christian book, only to be disappointed when you found out it wasn’t completely clean? Me too. It seems that we, as Christians, have to be so careful these days about what we read. People are easily influenced by the different things they come into contact with, and fiction is no exception. Because novels are for entertainment, we often drop our guard where they are concerned. We’re not on the lookout for wro ..read more
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Is Smut in YA Novels Bad?
Protect Clean Fiction Blog
by abiloveslucy
9M ago
*Warning: this post is a category two, please read with consideration, and if you are under the age of 14, consult your parent/guardian before reading.* The rise of #BookTok and #Bookstagram has led to the rise and normalization of "smutty" books which can be categorized as books with explicit or "adult" scenes in their pages. Authors like Colleen Hoover and Ana Huang have risen to the limelight with their romance novels dominating store shelves and hitting social media by storm. Often the novels follow young adults through complex and often problematic relationships. And while these books fa ..read more
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