I decided to take three of the books Ginny highlights and see how other area libraries catalog them. Here are the results:
As you can see, nearly every area library that holds these books places them in the young adult section, reflecting what appears to be standard classification practices for southeast Wisconsin libraries.
(Acknowledging that Deal With It! seems to be the one text that is also frequently placed in the regular non-fiction sections)
Are West Bend's "community standards" really that different than nearly every other southeastern Wisconsin community? Or, perhaps, must we realize that Ginny's opinions don't necessarily reflect the entire community?