A Bentonville, Ark., man is seeking $20,000 from the city after his two teenage sons found a book on lesbian sex on a public library bookshelf.
He also wants the library director fired.
Earl Adams said his 14- and 16-year-old sons were “greatly disturbed” after finding the book, titled “The Whole Lesbian Sex Book.” Adams said the book caused “many sleepless nights in our house.”
If by “greatly disturbed” and “many sleepless nights,” Mr. Adams really means “this thing in my pants has never done this before” and “now the sheets are sticky,” I’d say he ought to be patting his boys on the back for a (hand) job well done (assuming they didn’t do it to each other, because that’s just nasty).
Of course, there’s more:
In an e-mail Thursday, Adams said that “God was speaking to my heart that day and helped me find the words that proved successful in removing this book from the shelf.”
He said he would fight any effort to put the book back on shelves.
“Any effort to reinstate the book will be met with legal action and protests from the Christian community,” Adams wrote in the e-mail.
Do tell: what is it about this God fellow that he can’t stop a rampaging lunatic from gunning down innocent victims last week but he can make sure that Mr. Adams’ sons don’t give a wankity-wank tossity-toss while looking at chicks getting it on?
I suppose he’s just like most Christians in this country: violence is good, sexuality is bad, as evidenced by one look at our television programming in which multiple murders equal intrigue, but bare boobies send the terrorist threat meter soaring.
Thank you, Earl Adams, from saving not only your sons, but the rest of us, from this grave enemy of civilization.