Sex, Sin, and Blasphemy

Three of my favorite words. As an ex-Catholic-schoolgirl, I delight in everything forbidden. Admittedly, I picked this book off of the shelf this morning because the title made me snicker. But this book is so much more than a taboo title to giggle at- it’s an in-depth look into the ongoing battle between artists/writers/musicians/etc and our collective archenemy: those conservative business-types on Capital Hill who think they have the right to censor us “for the greater good.”

So, if you’ve ever wondered why you can’t make, say, or do whatever the bleep you want even though we live in a purportedly free country, this is the book for you.

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Check it out!

Mary J Wilson

 

 

 

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