Phoenix, if you want to air your thoughts and opinions on the Yaoi Club move, there's a discussion topic for it. If DMP is "listening" to the Yaoi Club issue, it is reading people's comments here: viewtopic.php?f=9&t=1622
I didn't mean to get us off track with my comment, but I do think there's a parallel between these two issues that can be discussed further once we know more about the Yaoi Club move.
In the meantime, The Yaoi Review has put together a list of alternative places to buy or read BL, as well as a short list of E-Readers you might want to check out instead of the Kindle:http://theyaoireview.com/2011/05/06/cal ... -for-yaoi/
Also, the original Call to Action post has comments from people quoting their replies from Amazon about this issue, and it's clear that Amazon is giving canned answers without really reading people's comments. http://theyaoireview.com/2011/05/04/cal ... ensorship/
I'm not sure what the next step is, but I'd love a large news source to publish a list ofDo just a few of the titles that Amazon has kept available while it pulls BL material. I'm monitoring 4 titles that I've reported for pornography, and, so far, they're all still available for sale. I'd link them, but the cover images alone are completely inappropriate for an all-ages forum!
Really, it's the double-standards that make me most upset.