Republican Senators have asked Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos in a letter why a book that "challenges the transgender movement" was pulled from sale on the website. The book, When Harry Became Sally by Ryan T. Anderson, was an Amazon bestseller. Its description says it provides "thoughtful answers to questions arising from our transgender moment" and "a balanced approach to public policy on gender identity, and a sober assessment of the human costs of getting human nature wrong." The book has been on sale for three years. Amazon has banned books in the past, the works mostly focused on conspiracy theories and debunking the Holocaust. The Amazon web services also recently banned conservative website Parler from its services, and has deplatformed other conservative websites. Related Story WGA Urges Members To Support Amazon Warehouse Workers’ Bid To Unionize – See Who Has Signed Petition In the letter to Bezos, the Republican senators asked for further information on why Amazon pulled the latest title. It is also no longer on Kindle or Audible. The senators claimed Amazon was "openly signaling to conservative Americans that their views are not welcome on its platforms." Amazon has not commented on the letter or given reasons on… Read full this story
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