Florida Gives In to Horny Moms, Lifts the Ban on 50 Shades of GreyS

That was fast. Just a month after minivan-mom erotica 50 Shades of Grey was banned, Brevard County Florida has reneged on the ban and will return all 19 copies of the book to its' libraries.

The following statement was issued by the Library Services Department:

The decision is in response to public demand, but also comes after considerable review and consideration by the library system. In all, 19 books from the "Fifty Shades of Grey" trilogy that were previously available will once again be available through the library system, according to Library Services Director Cathy Schweinsberg.

Earlier this month, a decision was made to pull "Fifty Shades of Grey" from our libraries as a result of published reviews and our own initial analysis of the book and its controversial content. Since then, we have begun a review of our selection criteria and that review continues even as the decision has been made to supply the book in response to requests by county residents.

"We have always stood against censorship," Schweinsberg said. "We have a long history of standing against censorship and that continues to be a priority for this library system."

The books are available effective immediately.

Hey, this is great news. Thou shalt be able to checkout lousy porn from a library, as is our right as citizens of this great nation. But more importantly Floridian ladies, what are you doing in a stinky old library anyway? Get out of there, your copy is probably covered in cobwebs. Download it to your Kindle, like everyone else, or take a road trip and listen to it on audiobook, like I did. The narrator is good at reading adjectives and very good at reading euphemisms for vagina.

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