It has just been another banned books week, so everyone's talking about Huckleberry Finn and Judy Blume being banned in the US. The UK tends to ban adult books, like Spycatcher and Lady Chatterly's Lover, but it always seems to be old books. The Telegraph has a top 20 and its odd because different countries focus on banning different types of books, but they're all old examples and I thought we'd kind of moved on. This morning I got this on Medium, about a book about a transgender teen being banned . I am Jazz and looked it up. There's some details here(why can't I post links? ), but if 9 of the ten most challenged books are about diversity, have we really moved on from the days of Huck Finn? What do you think about book banning?