Big Tech Amazon, Apple removes Christian books about “freedom in Christ” after complaints of it being “anti-gay”
In 2021, Amazon removed another Christian book from its store. Ryan Anderson, author of When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment, was banned. Apple store did the same thing.
Author Anne Paulk, who wrote Restoring Sexual Identity: Hope for Women Who Struggle with Same-Sex Attraction, and pastoral counselor Joe Dallas, author of Desires In Conflict, was removed from the giant retailer.
Their books detail how Jesus transformed their lives and sexual identities, deemed a “violation of our content guidelines,” Christian Post reports.
In 2019, works by Catholic lawyer David Robinson and Catholic psychologist Joseph Nicolosi were removed from its online store. Ironically, books about gender equality, gay sex, and those that promote pedophilia are still available.
Johnny The Walrus: “In danger”
in 2022, a session was held for employees dealing with the “trauma” from the book “Johnny The Walrus.” They are finding ways to demote the now-famous children’s book because “it will get people killed, according to a Libs of TikTok post.
Matt Walsh, a conservative pundit, wrote the book and unexpectedly became the number one best-selling book in Amazon’s LGBTQ+ category in December. Naturally, militant LGBT activists were outraged.