The Anita Bryant Story
The Survival of Our Nation’s Families and the Threat of Militant Homosexuality
Until I saw this book, I had forgotten the crazy Anita Bryant obsession with gays. As more and more anti discrimination laws started popping up, Anita and her husband began actively campaigning against these laws in Miami. She lost her lucrative contract pitching orange juice and eventually she became a nonstarter by the mid 80s.
I would weed it, but it might belong somewhere. She will be forever remembered as a flashpoint for gay rights in the 1970s and not as a singer or orange juice spokesperson. Personally, I read enough and I hope I forget her again.
More books that want to “fix” gay people:
Gayness explained (This picture book is an all time awful choice, prepare yourselves)