You can’t ban love

It should be absolutely fascinating to see John Scalzi trying to talk Amazon into banning another book, this one called JOHN SCALZI BANNED THIS BOOK and published by “451 Publishing”.

The quote cracked me up: “I obviously reported it to Amazon as inappropriate.” Popehat, can we get a verdict on this one too? Is it parody or libel?

In any event, if you missed your opportunity to buy the banned John Scalzi Is A Rapist: Why SJWs Always Lie In Bed Waiting For His Gentle Touch; A Pretty, Pretty Girl Dreams of Her Beloved One While Pondering Gender Identity, Social Justice, and Body Dysmorphia before it was banned, don’t worry, you can still buy John Scalzi Banned This Book But He Can Never Ban My Burning Love: A Pretty, Pretty Girl Dreams of Her Beloved While Pondering Gender Identity, Social Justice, and Body Dysmorphia. I’m told it has just as many Chapter Fives.

A blazingly inventive parody that was banned by John Scalzi, despite Ms.
Eren being a huge Scalzi fan and an unemployed transgendered
up-and-coming romance author who needed the money so xe could one day
buy xerself a big, beautiful lawn of xer own. Soon to be nominated for
the Hugo, don’t miss the story of a love so bold it broke the Internet!”

As you might expect, the SJWs are back on their fainting couches. From File 770:

Gabriel F. on September 2, 2015 at 9:05 pm said:
The fact that John Scalzi is a Rapist was even briefly a bestseller is horrifying.

But wait, there’s more! SJWs Never Lie: Censorship is Tolerance! Freedom is Slavery! Ignorance is Strength!

Despite the claims of evil bigots, those who fight for social justice
never lie. And if they did, it would be for the right cause. The
once-proud title of Social Justice Warrior has been dragged through the
dirt of prejudice and hate long enough. Now, three prominent writers
speak out in its defense and on the public battles of our time:

“I, like, totally, don’t pay any attention to that racist, sexist,
homophobic douchevelociraptor Vox Day! Like, whatever, girl! Ten years
don’t… mean… nothing! Sashay, snap!”

-Brianna Scalzi, 147-time Hugo-nominated author of ‘Old Trope’s War’