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The thirty-one line poem is peppered with profanity and details a violent relationship between an adult and child.
Body image, sexual orientation, and the 9/11 terrorist attacks are also addressed.) (Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) administrators found  that a student-employee was guilty of racial harassment merely for reading in a public area an historical account of Notre Dame students' fight with members of the Ku Klux Klan.
The student-employee contacted the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana and six months later received a letter stating that IUPUI "regrets this situation took place," is committed to upholding freedom of expression on its campus and no documents regarding this incident exist in the employee's file.) (The principal at the Landis Intermediate School in Vineyard, N.  removed two pages that included the poem “Diary of an Abusive Stepfather” after a thirteen-year-old Landis student’s mother questioned its appropriateness.
Younger students could also access the book with prior parental permission.
A parent asked the school district to reconsider the book due to mature language.)("Political." Initially banned in New Zealand by the Office of Film and Literature Classification since it was deemed to be objectionable.
Public Library  because of sexual innuendo, drug references, and other adult topics.
Responding to a call by parents, church, and community leaders to remove this novel along with twelve other provocative books available to teens at the Leesburg Public Library, city commissioners voted 4–1 to separate all books based on age groups.
In 2002, three freshmen sued the university over its choice of .
The federal lawsuit was filed on the students' behalf by the Family Policy Network, a Christian group based in Virginia.
(Plato suggested expurgating it for immature readers (387 B. E.) and Caligula tried to suppress it because it expressed Greek ideals of freedom.