↓ Transcript
Patron: I can read anything I want to?
Esther: I’m afraid that's correct.

Patron: That scares you?
Esther: Yes, I fear what you might come across in these books without adult guidance.

Patron: Can you show me one or two books you’re afraid I’ll read? Ones that have pictures of naked people?
Esther: If you insist.

Patron: Wow. You’re awesome!
Esther: Only when overtly forced to be so by professional ethics.


2 thoughts on “92”

  1. delagar says:

    This makes me wistful.

    The librarian at my small branch library refused to allow me to check out a book — I can’t even remember which one — when I was 13 until I brought my mother over to say it was all right.

    These are MUCH better librarians.

  2. David Nuttall says:

    D.H. Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover is over in literature (LAW). You might be able to find some very well used National Geographic issues, particularly the ones where the culture that is being reviewed has a significantly different nudity taboo than found in most of the United States.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.