That does make a difference. If it's there and people are reading it, there isn't much sense in removing it. I wasn't actually asking if censorship was okay, just what makes a difference in whether it's censorship or selection. I suspect I'd make a bad librarian because I'd have a hard time buying books I don't approve of--I wouldn't say no one should read them...I'd just have trouble buying them. So I was curious how others do make those choices and how they decide if their own feelings are involved in the choice.