Book Review: ‘When Harry Became Sally’

Most of us have seen the 1989 movie When Harry Met Sally – the delightful if prurient comedy (starring Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan) about a friendship which develops into a love affair.

Ryan Anderson adapts the movie title in his new book that addresses the transgender moment in North America.

And he does a brilliant job. It is a book of common sense in the midst of a tidal wave of propaganda about gender, and every key premise and statement in the book is backed by 28 pages of endnotes.

This book is a must-read book for politicians, officeholders, teachers, and parents.

It describes how we got to such a place in our culture and prescribes a plan of action to deal with this worrisome development.

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