Reverse Amazon's decision to censor alternative views on Homosexuality.

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TM Chan
Mar 8, 2021
Fighting for freedom of speech. Free markets are a hallmark of free societies.

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Imari Dupree
Mar 1, 2021
This is just homophobic, this is disgusting! Why can't you just accept people for who they are?!

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Shirley Hoyle
Feb 22, 2021
Everyone should have a right to share their views!

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Melanee Lisa Davidson
Jan 13, 2021
— I’m signing because many of these books powerfully helped me navigate out of homosexuality into FREEDOM through KING YESHUA!!!
HalleluYAH!!!

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Brian Woods
Nov 12, 2020
I believe in free speech and reject censorship

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Mary McLocke
1 year ago
As a saved believer in Jesus Christ, I know the pain of people who read these type books. Once hurting people write most of these books, those now hurting people buy them. In America, we don't ban books. Especially those that help hurting people in ANY way. Books that may lead a hurting soul both to peace, and some even to Christ as their Savior. BUT that is their business. It is your business to run your business in such a way that's helpful and pleasing to all customers, and that is by once again offering the books you've removed from people in pain who are simply seeking relief. I pray that you return these books to stock. No one should live a painful life, and if these books help anyone, (even ONE person!) or even point some to peace and even some to salvation in Jesus Christ, then so be it. In America, we just don't ban books, especially those that HELP hurting both fellow Americans and others living in pain. Thank you.

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Nancy Keramaris
1 year ago
I have seen the pain associated with unwanted same sex attraction and the joy return to those who find freedom from their same sex attraction.

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Helen Hill
1 year ago
These are books written by people who once identified as LGBTQ - they should have the freedom to tell their stories and, more importantly, those seeking alternatives should have the freedom to explore. No one is being forced to buy or to read the books.

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Mike Thompson
1 year ago
It is wrong to deny people access to resources that they seek to help their situation. Some of these are written by people who have lived what they write about. No one is coercing people to buy these books, but to block people who want them from accessing these resources is flat wrong.

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Christin Hess
1 year ago
I'm signing because I am a exgay woman, I never went through "conversion therapy" because it doesn't exist. God showed up in my life amd changed my heart and desires. If someone wants to leave the gay life they should not be stopped. No one forced me to do anything, resources like these are support and encouragement for those who are seeking to leave, people shouldn't be forced to live in something they don't want. Just like people who want to leave porn, drugs and alcohol amongst other things. If we have resources for them available then there should be resources for exgay people. Why is it ok to enter the gay lifestyle but never ok to leave it? Why do other people get to tell people what to do with their life. Stopping someone from having resources and forcing them to live a life they do not want can be extremely detrimental. This is a double standard. It should be dealt with.