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UPDATE: Amazon.com Follows B&N, Pulls “I’m Not Gay Just A Sissy” Calendar From It’s Website – BOOYAH!

Oh Boo Hoo Hoo.

Poor Joe King. the hateful, tasteless, KKKhristan cartoonist’s hate calendar was looked at for its talent and class (or lack of ) and wasn’t able to hide behind the lame ass “Religion and First Admendent” argument that its okay to talk and spread hate to make a buck off it.  And he got BUSTED for violating Amazon.com’s and Barnes & Noble’s Terms of Service against the selling and spreading of hate speech.

Kicked off Barnes & Nobles
Kicked off Amazon.com
And….The Calendar also seems to be gone from his CafePress Store.

GREAT WORK ALL!  Okay. So who’s next?

Tony Perkins!?

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3 thoughts on “UPDATE: Amazon.com Follows B&N, Pulls “I’m Not Gay Just A Sissy” Calendar From It’s Website – BOOYAH!”

  1. Here is the reply I got from Barnes & Noble…it certainly does not sound like they pulled the publication…if anything they attempted to make my complaint email sound…well…irrational.

    Dear Customer,

    Thank you for your e-mail.

    As booksellers, we carry thousands of items whose subject matter some may find offensive. Over the years, we have received countless requests and demands to stop selling everything from The Merchant of Venice to The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, even The Living Bible.

    At Barnes & Noble, we take our mission very seriously – to be a valuable resource to our customers, bringing books and ideas to the public. We live in a diverse culture, and that diversity is reflected in the wide
    range of interests, philosophies, and lifestyles of our customers.

    The guiding principle we use is to offer every book in print and allow our customers to decide what to buy and read. After all, freedom of choice is at the very heart of our democratic society. It is understandable that some people may strongly oppose the content of a particular title and choose not to purchase it; we respect their opinions. In return, we ask that our customers respect our responsibility to offer a selection of reading materials as diverse as the society in which we live – the very society that grants the freedom for these materials to exist.

    We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

    We look forward to your next visit.

    Sincerely,

    Aileen
    Customer Service Representative
    Barnes & Noble

  2. Will, good work! I feel so empowered thanks to you. I would like to think my rant phone call to the PR office at Amazon might have made some small difference. The women I spoke to said she did not particularly understand my feelings (as a gay person) but could understand my POV nevertheless and promised to kick my complaint up to upper management. Your blog is such an important voice in the gay community and I tell people about it every chance I get. Again, THANKS!

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