Students read at the Leisure and Cultural Services Department’s “My Pop-up Library” event on World Book Day on April 21 at a school in Sham Shui Po. The Hong Kong Public Library’s decision to move 10 children’s books featuring same-sex parents and other LGBT themes to the closed stack section has come in for criticism. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Putting LGBT-themed books behind closed doors is censorship that denies children supportive resources

Topic |   LGBTI

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Students read at the Leisure and Cultural Services Department’s “My Pop-up Library” event on World Book Day on April 21 at a school in Sham Shui Po. The Hong Kong Public Library’s decision to move 10 children’s books featuring same-sex parents and other LGBT themes to the closed stack section has come in for criticism. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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