My thoughts haven't changed. Why are we shielding information from young minds? We are here to learn and expand our bubble on what we know and don't. As people we want to know more, we research things to be able to learn the unknown. Being able to read these stories, gives us a clue what the real world is like. In West Michigan, we are very secluded to other things out in the world and I don't think a lot of us really understand that.
We should not limit access to certain books, like seriously... what kid is going to end up picking up a book about sex? Books are already in sections, me as a kid I only went in the kids section. I never really wandered towards the adult section until I was a lot older. Soon I think people will be scared of books and it reminds me of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. People were scared of knowing the unknown and they got rid of it. We should be allowed to know, learn about what it's like to live in our world.