Doing all the things
And they can't put a book on the shelf if it never gets written.Librarians are not responsible for what the library's users choose to read.
While I think some books are gross and some need to come with a warning label (Warning: The Fountainhead may lead to developing a worldview that mostly appeals to teenage boys and is beyond workable on a global scale), I am not for banning books even if I think they are egregious in some way. Instead, they can be "canceled" as educating people so they don't want to read them.
All sport and all entertainment are inherently frivolous IMO.The notion here is that skating programs are inherently frivolous and not appropriate for big tragic stories from real life: Anna Karenina and Romeo & Juliet and other fictional tragedies are fine.
So does this person think no operas should be written about the Holocaust? No fictional accounts (i.e., Elie Wiesel's Night)? Or is it just sport that shouldn't do these things? I get that some people don't think a figure skating program can be art but IMO it can be and not all literature, music, etc. are art either. Or at least not "high" art. At some level, it's all frivolous so where do we draw the line?