I think most of us are probably against censorship on principle, but … do you think it should vary depending on the impressionable age of the readers? Or is it always wrong? How about the difference between ‘official’ censorship by a government or a school system, as opposed to a parent saying No to a specific book for their child?
I wouldn’t say that all censorship is wrong per se, but I would say that in terms of what children should, and shouldn’t, be able to do I think that it should be the job of the parent to decide if their child should, or should not, read a certain book.
As for adults I believe they should make an informed opinion about whether or not they should read it based on either the cover or a blurb.