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Please burn your 'Fifty Shades of Grey,' urges one British charity

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Lost in the runaway success of the racy tale are “Fifty Shades” detractors.

Like libraries in Wisconsin, Georgia, and Florida, which have refused to order the books or have pulled them off their shelves.

“It doesn’t suit our community standards,” director of libraries for Leon County, told the Associated Press.

And Erica Jong, author of the 1973 “Fear of Flying,” a novel known for “its frank treatment of female sexual desire,” writes the LA Times. “I couldn’t find anything that turned me on, other than the fact that he gives her a rare copy of ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles,’” Jong said during a panel discussion of literary writers known for writing about sex earlier this summer in New York.

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