Amazon, Barnes and Noble, KOBO: Leave our self-published and/or Indie authors alone.
  • Petitioning Amazon.com

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Amazon.com
CEO of Amazon
Jeff Bezos
CEO of KOBO
Michael Serbinis
Founder and executive chairman of Barnesand Noble
Leonard Riggio

Amazon, Barnes and Noble, KOBO: Leave our self-published and/or Indie authors alone.

    1. Mlstress Renee
    2. Petition by

      Mlstress Renee

      Endicott, NY

There is a LARGE amount of people who read this genre as a way to escape their reality. We are all consenting adults, you need to own a credit card to be able to purchase said books, so why all of a sudden start "cracking down" on contolling such. Why is okay to sell "adult products" on said websites but not FICTIONAL reads. What happened to freedom of speech?! LEAVE OUR EROTICA ALONE!!

**This petition is NOT condoning non-fictional beastiality, incest, pediphilia or other things of such 'extreme' nature**

To:
Amazon.com
Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon
Michael Serbinis, CEO of KOBO
Leonard Riggio, Founder and executive chairman of Barnesand Noble
Leave our erotica and self-published Indie authors alone.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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      Mlstress Renee
      Petition Organizer

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    • Colin Mongardi KRAKOW, POLAND
      • 13 days ago

      Freedom of speech

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    • Anthony Casey KRAKóW, POLAND
      • 13 days ago

      Freedom of expression should always be defended. If you are offended by something, protest by all means - but don't censor.

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    • Alison Jennings KRAKóW, POLAND
      • 13 days ago

      These companies are taking away the liberties of hard-working writers who write for a huge audience. Surely if they put warnings on their work then this should be enough? Are books with violence and rape flagged up if they are not in the erotica genre? Probably not. It also takes the freedom away from readers. Who are these companies to say what people can and can't read, and what they can and can't fantasise about?

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    • valorie moore ODESSA, TX
      • 18 days ago

      because i am writing a book and i will be a self published author

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    • Kibika Johnstone NAIROBI, KENYA
      • about 1 month ago

      Give people freedom, it is what matters NOW!

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