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Amazon Blocks Ads for Book Highlighting How Transgender Movement Damages Young Women


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The world's largest online retailer Amazon is preventing a publisher from advertising a new book that exposes the dangers posed by the transgender movement that's been sweeping the nation.

Abigail Schrier wrote the book "Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters" to highlight how the transgender movement is hurting women by trying to normalize the idea of girls and young women having life-changing surgeries. 

Amazon reportedly told Shrier's publisher, Regnery Publishing, that the book "may not be appropriate for all audiences. This campaign will not be allowed to be advertised."

Regnery said in a recent statement on Twitter, "The cancel culture has made it clear that it despises diversity of opinion, and it will not tolerate science, data, facts, or anything that contradicts the approved narrative."

The publisher points out that other resources, products, and books that promote this same issue are sponsored on the website. 

Schrier's book dives into the dark side of gender dysphoria and how unsuspecting parents can respond.

The author previously told CBN News that she does hear from parents on this serious issue of young females who suddenly want a new gender identity, but that some don't acknowledge it enough. 

"I do hear from parents, but to be honest, I don't hear from enough to some extent," she said. "I don't think Democrats particularly are awake to the issue."

In many ways, the movement appears unstoppable, with support from schools, the media, doctors, therapists, and their professional organizations.

Regnery added that "Amazon is one of our most important ad platforms. It would be a significant hit to our promotional efforts to lose this opportunity."

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Andrea Morris

Andrea Morris is a Features Producer for The 700 Club. She came to CBN in 2019 where she worked as a web producer in the news department for three years. Her passion was always to tell human interest stories that would touch the hearts of readers while connecting them with God. She transitioned into her new role with The 700 Club in August 2022.