When we stop children from reading something it is because they are not yet adults– but when adults are stopped from reading something, some suspicions are justified.
What don’t some adults want all other adults to find out?
If they have read a book and they have decided others should not read it because the book hurt their sentiments, one might wonder if that is an easy excuse… What if they are biased?
Couldn’t they have selfish motives? … Or they might fear being proven wrong? Could it be just an attempt to show, ‘Yes we can! Impose a ban!’ ?
I have reasons for my doubts.
Da Vinci Code is amongst my favorite books.
The Film Censor Board allowed violence and vulgar rape scenes but covered a simple kiss with doves, umbrellas and flowers.
Question: Do those who ban have better judgment than you and me?