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2006-05-02 [RiddleRose]: er... i don't mean to be rude... but you could create a lot of controversy by putting "homosexuality
2006-05-02 [iippo]: The "morally wrong" is what YOU reader think morally wrong. And some people do consider those things morally wrong, so they could read a book about abortion, and tell us how it made them feel. I know it can cause controversy, but I say on the beginning page that there is no need to be politically correct. We are interested in YOUR own thoughts and how you deal with a book that talks of something morally wrong (to you). I'd be incredibly interested to see an anti-abortioni
2006-05-02 [RiddleRose]: aha! thank you for clearing that up. ^_^
2006-05-04 [iippo]: Damn it, I just realised something. If I was to follow my own advice here, I'd read a yaoi-manga. >.< Because it's something I'm quite uncomfortable with and opposed to. >.<;;;
2006-05-05 [Kiddalee]: But you can find people you're opposed to in most books, and they don't have to be the main characters, nor even villain-types.
2006-05-05 [iippo]: But for the discussion it shouldn't be a villain, because the reader is usually supposed to be anti-villain, and the wrong should be presented by the book as something acceptable (possibly only acceptable in the situation, like killing in war for example).
2006-05-06 [Kiddalee]: Can't they just be secondary characters, though?
2006-05-06 [iippo]: Hmm, if the reader symphatizes with them, then I guess, but it should be someone quite central. So to use an example, from the Harry Potter -books, Hermione and Ron would be ok as they are central, but someone like Ginny or Dumbledore would already be too much of a side-kick character.