So, because I'm currently a bit of a loser dossing at home, I find myself regularly availing myself of the facilities at the local library. At the momnet, I've been working through the graphic novels/comics section, kept, as one may expect, in the childrens' section (no, I don't have any shame).
EXCEPT. Today I took out Alan Moore's The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Vol. II, and what do I find? First, Allan Quartermain having pretty graphic sex with Ms. Murray, and then:
MR. HYDE ANALLY RAPING THE INVISIBLE MAN.
In the children's section. Now, I'm no prude and I disapprove of censorship generally, but should someone at the library be told that this kind of stuff is being kept one shelf over from Cuddly Bunny Goes to The Shops?