Things that is going on with Amazon’s tranny aspen books?

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What the fuck is going on with Amazon’s tranny aspen books?

Amazon recently banned tranny aspen books, which was an online marketplace that offered various erotic novels and short stories that focused on trans women and crossdressing men. Now they have been reinstated after some confusion, but the questions remains: What the fuck is going on with Amazon’s tranny aspen books? The answer may be more complicated than you think.

Amazon Tranny Aspen Books


What’s Going On: What’s Up With Amazon Tranny Aspen Books (Tranyspire): Self-publishing giant Amazon has been taking some heat lately after being flagged for selling self-published transgender erotica. Most of these works fall under transgender fiction, a genre that allows authors to write sexually explicit works based around themes of gender identity and sexuality.

Amazon Tranny Aspen Books Reviews


Recently, a customer left a review for a porn comic called Tranny Aspen Book 1. This customer gave it one star and added some negative comments. While checking out Tranny Aspen Book 2, I was happy to see that both volumes of this set received a five-star review from Catch 22. Utter rubbish, according to Catch 22. One can tell this novel is garbage just by glancing at it, no matter what its genre is. Although I’m not typically interested in shemale comics, my curiosity led me to wonder what about them leads people who are not typically interested in shemale comics to rate them so low. It seems odd because there were plenty of positive reviews from people who were clearly into shemale comics – five-star reviews saying things like great book and good story. What gives?

The Return Policy on Tranny Aspen Books


I will admit, I have never read a Tranny Aspen book, nor do I intend to. That said, even now there are over 150 transgender romance novels listed in their Transgender and Crossdresser Romance section. On a recent visit, there were over 150 Trans-Loving: Erotic Transvestite Fiction titles available for download and/or purchase.

Amazon Tranny Aspen Books by Alex Knight


If you go to Amazon and type in tranny, you get a list of titles like Transsexual Aspen and Trannies From Uranus. But there are no trannies in those stories! I even looked up a couple on my phone while writing this, and all they had were pictures of naked men. I think someone at Amazon has something against trans people, which is insane because there are tons of us who love shopping at Amazon.

Atrocious grammar and formatting


If you pay attention to things like grammar and spelling, which you should, then you’ve probably noticed that there seems to be a lot of junk in e-book stores these days. In fact, I’d wager that it’s become an epidemic. It seems like just about every other book I come across nowadays is rife with bad grammar, misspellings, and formatting errors. What happened to people paying for someone else to edit their work?

Independent Publisher? Or Something Else Entirely?


Well, it looks like Aspen Books just pulled a major scam. Turns out they aren’t an independent publisher at all – they’re owned by Amazon. On top of that, these assholes (who previously promised to remove thousands of inappropriate titles from their platform) have started putting back in some of those very same books! But what else are they pulling? The rabbit hole goes pretty deep here…and I don’t think it has anything to do with publishing.

Who Are These People?!


If you’re using tranny as a pejorative to attack transgender people, take a second to consider that being transgender isn’t about being transgressive or other—it’s about accepting who you are and living your truth. If that offends you, don’t be surprised when the rest of us laugh at your hangups and let’s-not-even-go-there philosophical bullshit.

Safe To Say Amazon Is On The Case


The last time we heard from Aspen, someone had discovered a book about crossdressing kids and parents, and it was pulled down. At that point, Amazon said, The offensive title you reported — Tranny Aspen Munch: An Aspen Book (Volume 1) – has been removed from sale. Today, though, it looks like somebody took their homework more seriously because it looks like a fair amount of stuff has been disappeared once again.

Conclusion


For a company that’s making millions of dollars off controversial, NSFW adult ebooks being sold to minors, I’m sure glad my mother doesn’t use her own credit card to purchase mass quantities of transvestite porn. She’d be so upset… Oh, who am I kidding. Of course she would!

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