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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Coloring Book Wants Kids to Know "Being Gay Is Okay"

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"Mr. Phelps is a special breed," says Bell. "But, unfortunately, he's part of the reality. The book also addresses other haters, such as Adolph Hitler and Louis Farrakhan."

Bell says one of his employees quit after hearing of the book's title, and he's bracing for more criticism to come.

"We try to appeal to the masses," he says. "Some people might not like one of our titles, but really enjoy some of our other books."

And, he notes, the book's critics are just as free to express themselves as he is.

"There's a guy up in Canada who takes books on the Tea Party and 9/11 and microwaves them and turns them into art," says Bell. Continue on to view more page from Being Gay Is Okay.

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