According to Yahoo News Twilight was ranked #5 as the most "challenging books" along side "Harry Potter" "The Catcher in Rye" "The perks of being a Wallflower" "To Kill a Mocking Bird" and the "Color Purple" because of their sexual content.
Gotta agree with them about the "Color Purple"-sorry people but i wanted to snatch Sealy a few times, sorry but it needed to be said. "The perks of being a Wallflower" should be in the top five as well, for a teenage book that thing was dirrrrrty! Doesn't mean i didn't enjoy reading every minute of it but that girl was nastee! lol
As for the rest: I don't remember Harry talking about his wand in any of the books (i know right, i felt kinda ripped off! the kid got excited about a kiss-on his damn lips- but that's as far as his sexual relationship went.) Now Harry Pothead was a completely different book-stumbled across it during high school in the school library-that book needs to be number one on that list.
How many times do we need to tell these "parents" it's just a damn book. I mean Twilight was about as sexual as reading the bible. Actually there is more sex in the bible or does it not count because they didn't describe who put what where? Breaking Dawn, now that's a completely different story....broken head boards and all considered it still fell short, it wasn't dirty. They need me to recommend some "challenging books" cause i've read a few "young adult" back in the day, those would give the bible a run for it's money.
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