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Public Library  because of sexual innuendo, drug references, and other adult topics.
Responding to a call by parents, church, and community leaders to remove this novel along with twelve other provocative books available to teens at the Leesburg Public Library, city commissioners voted 4–1 to separate all books based on age groups.
Body image, sexual orientation, and the 9/11 terrorist attacks are also addressed.) (Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) administrators found  that a student-employee was guilty of racial harassment merely for reading in a public area an historical account of Notre Dame students' fight with members of the Ku Klux Klan.
The student-employee contacted the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana and six months later received a letter stating that IUPUI "regrets this situation took place," is committed to upholding freedom of expression on its campus and no documents regarding this incident exist in the employee's file.) (The principal at the Landis Intermediate School in Vineyard, N.  removed two pages that included the poem “Diary of an Abusive Stepfather” after a thirteen-year-old Landis student’s mother questioned its appropriateness.
Challenged in the Normal, Illinois Community High Schools in 2003 because the book contains "racial slurs, profanity, violence, and does not represent traditional values." An alternative book, was offered but rejected by the family challenging the novel.
Retained in the Greencastle-Antrim, Pennsylvania tenth-grade English classes .
(Plato suggested expurgating it for immature readers (387 B. E.) and Caligula tried to suppress it because it expressed Greek ideals of freedom.
Plato suggested that state censors should expurgate the outlandish adventures of Odysseus, and all other poetry.) (Challenged as required reading at the high school in Grandville, Michigan in 2002 because the book is "full of racism, profanity, and foul language." Banned from the George County, Mississippi schools in 2002 because of profanity; racial slurs, profanity, violence, and does not represent traditional values; profane, violent, not traditional.
School District  provided it has a label designating it as appropriate for high school students.
A board member, elected amid promises to bring her Christian beliefs into all board decision-making, raised the controversy based on excerpts from the books she'd found on the Internet.
Chbosky's novel, which contains references to masturbation, homosexuality, and bestiality, got the bulk of the criticism.
A citizens' organization in Kitchener, Defend Traditional Marriage and Family, objected because the book could lead people "to reject scriptural teaching on homosexual acts.")(In September 2010 the US Department of Defense overrode the Army's January approval for publication.
The Do D then purchased and destroyed all 9,500 first edition copies citing concerns that it contained classified information. Martin's Press, in conjunction with the Do D created a censored second edition, which contains blackened out words, lines, paragraphs, and even portions of the index.)("Trash." "Obscene, indecent, and impure, and taken as a whole, predominantly prurient, hardcore pornography and utterly without redeeming social importance." "Trash written by a mentally sick individual." Banned by Boston courts in 1962 for obscenity, but the decision was reversed in 1966 by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.)(Challenged at the Nampa, Idaho Public Library  along with seven other books because "they are very pornographic in nature and they have very explicit and detailed illustrations and photographs which we feel don't belong in a library." The library board approved policy changes that restrict children's access to any holdings that may fall under the state's harmful to minors statute and barred the library from buying movies rated NC-17 or X.