After Amazon ban, author says another bookseller has scrubbed his transgender-critical book
Amazon had previously struck the book under new content policy
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The author of a popular book critical of transgender ideology says another bookseller stopped selling the book shortly after Amazon banned it from its online shelves.
Ryan Anderson wrote on Twitter this week that Bookshop.org "confirmed it removed the book [When Harry Became Sally] due to 'multiple complaints and concerns from customers, affiliates, and employees about the title.' "
Anderson’s book is a data-driven critique of the transgender movement from a philosophical perspective. The book was popular upon its release in 2018, though earlier this year Amazon quietly banned the book from sale due to a revamped content policy.
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