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I agree with your post, Laycrew, and I wouldn't want to encourage Anya to read anything her parents wouldn't approve of either. Not until she's 18 and/or paying her own bills anyway. As a parent I do not appreciate when other adults try to undermine my authority. But I never censored what my teens were reading, and I don't think anyone else has a right to tell me what my kids should read. I knew what they were reading; we talked about it all the time. It's one of the ways we bonded. I was involved in their lives and knew what they were up to, and they weren't afraid to ask me questions and tell me stuff. And they're grown up now and so I can say this with confidence. They turned out just fine.
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