Barnes & Noble’s non-problematic book display draws attention

Like JK Rowling Still the poster child for TERFs All around, Barnes & Noble made clear in New York City’s Union Square that they were ready to turn the page on the problematic author.

It all started when a Twitter user took a photo of a very interesting screen in the store. Under a banner that read “Unproblematic Wizarding World” were stacks of books from various authors, including Ursula Le Gein, Alice Hoffman, and Deborah Harkness. Not included: Any Harry Potter books whatsoever. While the author of the tweet appears to support the controversial author, captioning the photo, “a real JK Rowling slander on Barnes and Nobility,” several commentators praised the library’s decision to take a subtly stance.

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