According to reports, the ABA decided that in order to quell the rage of LGBTQ cult members, the best course of action was to express deep sorrow for sending out Abigail Shrier's "Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters" in a recent mailing to independent bookstores all across the country.
"This is a serious, violent incident that goes against ABA's ends policies, values, and everything we believe and support," the trade group groveled before the altar of LGBTQ perversion, pretending as though words that "offend" LGBTQs are akin to violence. "It is inexcusable."
"Apologies are not enough. We've begun addressing this today and are committed to engaging in the critical dialogue needed to inform concrete steps to address the harm we caused."
Casey Morrissey, a transgender book buyer at Greenlight Bookstores in Brooklyn, says "they" were "seething" with rage after opening the ABA's latest white box and seeing a copy of "Irreversible Damage" inside.
"I was excited to open our July white box, and then the first book I pulled out is 'Irreversible Damage,'" Morrissey tweeted in a triggered rage about the white box, which comes every two months and includes "finished books that publishers wish for booksellers to read."
"Do you know how that feels, as a trans bookseller and book buyer? It isn't even a new title, so it really caught me in the gut. Do better."
As we reported back in 2019 when "Irreversible Damage" first came out, Shrier wrote it as a warning to today's youth about not falling for the "social contagion" that will forever destroy their lives.
Many former transgenders now live with trans regret, having later in their confused lives come to the realization that getting a "sex change" by lobbing off or installing artificial body parts, or taking synthetic hormone pharmaceuticals, was a huge mistake. After it is already done, though, reversing the process is impossible.
Even so, the Cult of LGBTQ knows that its tears can be used as a weapon of privilege to always get its way. In other words, by crying and throwing tantrums on social media, trans cultists like Morrissey know they can always get their way because they belong to a special protected class that is afforded unique privileges that override other people's rights.
In this case, Shrier's book is now blacklisted from the ABA. The Cult of LGBTQ is also trying to get it banned from Target and Amazon for allegedly violating their corporate "standards."
Employees at Amazon, for instance, contend that "Irreversible Damage" should be banned because it frames "LGBTQ+ identity as a mental illness." At this time, both Target and Amazon continue to sell the book because it is popular, and thus highly profitable.
The ABA, however, is doubling down with hysterically cringeworthy hysterics as its CEO Allison Hill released a statement apologizing profusely for upsetting the trans freaks and their "allies."
"This week we did horrific harm when we included an anti-trans book in ABA’s July box mailing to members," Hill announced, adding that the ABA also "did terrible and racist harm" by mistakenly releasing another book with the wrong cover featuring a black "right-wing extremist."
More related news about trans tears and the privilege of censorship that comes with them can be found at Gender.news.
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