The Catcher in the Rye, Doctor Zhivago, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Brave New World, Of Mice and Men, Slaughterhouse-Five, The Handmaid’s Tale and Lolita. It’s a not just a list of entries in the modern literary canon – they’re also books that have been banned.
The following is a PENN STATE report which implicates four powerful men who failed to protect kids as written by Roxanne Jones for the Associated Press. To make a quick summary: She says they worried about money, fame, glory, turned blind eye to childrens’ victimization, and that Paterno was as guilty like rest; the entire Second […]
The last time you had sex, there was arguably not a thought in your head. O.K., if it was very familiar sex with a very familiar partner, the kind that–truth be told–you probably have most of the time, your mind may have wandered off to such decidedly nonerotic matters as balancing your checkbook or planning your week.
Most parents who worry about their kids’ online activity focus on the people or content their children might encounter: Are they being cyberbullied?