Booksellers Association Apologizes for 'Violent Incident' with 'Anti-Trans Book'

Booksellers Association Apologizes for 'Violent Incident' with 'Anti-Trans Book'


The American Booksellers Association (ABA) apologized Thursday for what it said was the “violent incident” of its inclusion of an “anti-trans book” — Abigail Shrier’s  — on its July mailing list to its members.

The ABA tweeted, “An anti-trans book was included in our July mailing to members. This is a serious, violent incident that goes against ABA’s ends policies, values, and everything we believe and support. It is inexcusable.”

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— American Booksellers Association (@ABAbook) July 14, 2021

The ABA described the inclusion of Irreversible Damage on its book list as a “terrible incident” that somehow harmed the “LGBTQIA+ community.”

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The ABA added, “We apologize to our trans members and to the trans community for this terrible incident and the pain we caused them. We also apologize to the LGBTQIA+ community at large, and to our bookselling community.”

It continued, “Apologies are not enough. We’ve begun

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