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The Daily Wire has reported that Amazon declined paid advertisements for conservative commentator Matt Walsh's "What Is a Woman?" book.
The outlet reported that Amazon claimed that the ads included "prohibited content."
"We don't allow content that appears to infer or claim to diagnose, treat, reverse or question sexual orientation," Amazon Advertiser Support told the Daily Wire via email.
But Amazon is apparently willing to feature sponsored search results for books that promote the dogmas of radical leftist gender ideology.
A search for the phrase "gender identity" on the website turns up sponsored results for books such as "Gender Identity Workbook for Teens: Practical Exercises to Navigate Your Exploration, Support Your Journey, and Celebrate Who You Are" and "You and Your Gender Identity: A Guide to Discovery."
Walsh also has a "What Is a Woman?" documentary.
While the question should not be difficult to answer, it can become significantly more difficult for people who adhere to the bizarre concepts involved in left-wing gender ideology. While women are the only people who can become pregnant and bear children, proponents of these bizarre concepts have adopted preposterous phrases like "birthing people" in order to be inclusive of pregnant women who do not identify as women.
As the left seeks to foist radical gender ideology upon society, many people, like Walsh, remain staunchly opposed to the reality-defying movement. Societal debates continue to rage regarding issues such as whether biological males who identify as women should be allowed to compete in female athletics or use female restrooms.
Walsh is also the author of the children's book "Johnny the Walrus," which serves to challenge the liberal gender ideology.
"There are dozens of children’s books brainwashing kids into the gender identity cult where they are taught that identity is malleable and biology is meaningless," Walsh said, according to the Daily Wire. "This book is meant to be an antidote to that madness."
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Alex Nitzberg is a staff writer for Blaze News.