Monster porn: no longer getting people and their "rape fantasies" off—or making one writer up to $30,000 a month—on Amazon since 2015.

Because morals matter, more than the idea of giving Bigfoot a blow jae (that's "blow job," but in a cool, French-ish way, kind of like when you say 'Target' but pronounce it 'Tar-gay" to make 2003 seem relevant). And because "bookstores [including Amazon] are not required to sell every book that people ask them to sell."

Via Business Insider:

The crackdown was meant to target the obvious offenders — ebooks like "Daddy's Birthday Gang Bang" and others that fetishized incest and rape — but in their fervor to course-correct, the online bookstores started deleting, according to The Digital Reader blog, "not just the questionable erotica but [also].... any e-books that might even hint at violating cultural norms." That included crypto-porn. Wade's sexy Sasquatch, not unlike the elusive hominid beast of legend, vanished without a trace.

Don't worry, though: all of those super-PC, family-friendly things that you normally turn to Amazon for are still available, like this Colt gun, an ammo case, and Gun Oil, not to be used in conjunction with your fucked-up monster porn but maybe for the thousands of other porn titles available for instant download, rental or purchase.

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