Corning library trustee steps down, cites objectionable material

“A Southeast Steuben County Library trustee recently stepped down from the position after criticizing the library for promoting objectionable material in a letter posted on the official website of the Town of Caton, where she serves as assessor. In the letter, Ann Balch said her Christian beliefs do not allow her to support:

• The viewing of pornography on library computers.

• The promotion of homosexuality, especially in the children’s department.

• The promotion of witchcraft in the young adult’s section.

• The promotion of the Muslim religion without also promoting Christianity as an alternative.

via The Corning Leader)

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