College student wants graphic novels banned from curriculum

I remember when I was a kid and the worst thing that I could get caught reading was a comic book where a female character showed a little more “cartoon boob” that I should be seeing at ten years old. With the vast availability of pornographic websites nowadays, it’s not too uncommon that kids those ages are looking at more than just Wonder Woman wearing a low cut top or the infamous Stan Lee television show Stripperella.

In a strange story shared by BroBible a college student by the name of Tara Shultz is trying to get a number of graphic fiction novels banned from a class’s curriculum. Shultz is attending Crafton Hills Community College to get an Associate’s of Arts in English and took the school’s class English 250: Fiction as part of her degree.

She got way more than she expected.

After skimming through four of the class’s books, four award-winning graphic novels at that, she and her parents demanded and protested that the books be banned from the school.

“I expected Batman and Robin, not pornography,” Shultz told the Redland Daily Facts Newspaper. Mind you, this class has been taught for years before Queen B arrived.

The four books being protested are Fun Home by Alison Bechdel, Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1 by Brian Vaughan, The Sandman, Vol. 2: The Doll’s House by Neil Gaiman and Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi. I have never heard of these until today, but I will be checking them out just to spite this girl.

I honestly wish I could tell this girl to lighten up and to not be so close-minded. You are in college, a lot worse things than cartoon porn go on. Trust me, I know. Somebody needs to get this girl a drink or two. Then again, she does want to run for Congress one day. Dear lord, help this country.

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