banned books

Monty Python’s ‘The Big Red Book,’ ‘Where’s Waldo’ and ‘Freakonomics’ are also banned.
Although in 2014 sex education is far from perfect, it's undeniable that teaching youngsters about the birds and the bees
Attempts by democratic governments to ban books rarely work out well. If the book is banned on grounds of public morality (Lady Chatterley's Lover, Tropic of Cancer), then the writer nearly always wins in the end and the government that tried to suppress their work is likely to end up looking puritanical, cloven-footed and often pig-ignorant.
We can thank D.H. Lawrence and Penguin for not only the having the confidence to publish Lady Chatterley's Lover but for fighting the battle to prevent this book from being banned. So why are we still embarrassed to be seen reading novels that are, shall we say, risqué?! And why, are we defining such novels as 'risqué' when in fact sex is perfectly natural?
Not that we’d ever advocate censorship, but some banned books you look at and think: yeah, I see why that’s ruffled a few