SACO, emphases theirs
The work being cataloged appears to be about a pastor who accepts infants who are left in a baby hatch outside his church, and it not about baby hatches. The proposal was not necessary.
I did not know this was a thing. Also, I feel frustrated when a proposal like this is made, and it's likely to be a useful heading, it's rejected because it's appropriate heading for the work described.
Paranormal fiction, Cuban
The citation for the work being cataloged included an English translation of the Spanish title, but not any support for the nationality of the paranormal fiction. The proposal may be resubmitted.
This is another case where I feel like the heading should be established, even if the proposal sucked. Even if the proposal was never made. Once "Paranormal fiction, country" is established, isn't it a no-brainer that you should be able to apply it to any nation?
LCSH, emphases mine
150 Asexual people [May Subd Geog] [sp2016000237]
450 UF Aces (Asexual people)
450 UF Asexuals
550 BT Sexual minorities
150 Asexuality (Sexual orientation) [May Subd Geog] [sp2016000238]
550 BT Sexual orientation
150 Girls in music [Not Subd Geog] [sp2016000816](A)
550 BT Music
680 Here are entered works on the portrayal of girls in musical compositions.
Interesting—so girls who play music would be, per the pattern with Women in music and Women musicians—Girl musicians. I don't love the construction, where girls are objects rather than subjects, but I guess I don't know how it could be said better.
150 Juggalos (Music fans) [May Subd Geog] [sp2016000727](A)
550 BT Rap music fans
150 Quiverfull movement [May Subd Geog] [sp2016000906](C)
550 BT Religious fundamentalism
See also: Patriarchy.
See also: Rape apologists.
See also: Boys will be boys.