I grew up on G.I Joe, The A Team and He-Man, would these cartoons and shows be allowed today?

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We read books like, "Gone with the Wind" and "To Kill a Mockingbird" which have been subject to the ban hammer by weak individuals who are offended by everything.
Boring and contrite.
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Weak individual who is easily offended.
Stick to cartoon characters, pup...
No, those old books have the audacity to spend an entire chapter on character development, sometime two chapters.
And yet the writers won awards for their writing.
Here are some of the books banned because of our children's fragile sensibilities:
Charlotte's Web, because you know, a spider died.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, because they didn't like Charlie's lifestyle.
James and the Giant Peach, because of suspicious behavior.
Green Eggs and Ham, because the ham was too sexy.

But tranny reading and prancing hour is just what 1st. graders need.

Ridiculous...
They won awards and I am supposed to have enjoyed reading what I could have watched on film?
We have no trannies where I live but yes, we have bananas..
 

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