Several months ago, Amazon began banning books deemed “dangerous” to LGBTQ people. Some of these books were hateful, demeaning, and unhelpful. Others simply questioned the dominant narratives about homosexuality or gender dysphoria. Now Amazon has banned one of the most thoroughly researched books on transgenderism: When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment by Ryan Anderson.
In the book, Anderson shares stories of people who aren’t supposed to exist: de-transitioners, those who desperately regret undergoing gender transition. He also argues convincingly from the best biology, psychology, and philosophy that sex is a bodily reality, not a social construct.
Anderson’s case is powerful. So powerful, apparently, that supporters of transgender ideology have resorted to coercion and name-calling, enlisting companies like Amazon, Facebook, and Twitter.
You can still pick up a copy of When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment at our online bookstore. Amazon may not want you to read it, but to understand this issue, you should.
Ryan T. Anderson | Colson Center Bookstore | 2018
Abigail Shrier | Colson Center Bookstore | 2020
Ryan T. Anderson | The Heritage Foundation | January 20, 2018
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