Peter Gutierrez has an excellent essay up over at SLJ about the calls to boycott the just-opening film adaptation of Ender’s Game. As Gutierrez points out and The Wrap confirms in greater detail, a boycott of the film has no impact on Card’s wallet–what you need to do is get people to stop buying his books, which is not exactly a librarian-comfortable position to take.
Me? I’ll see it, because I think the book is terrific. I read it back when I was on what was then called YASD’s also then called Best Books for Young Adults committee, and I was an enthusiastic “yes” vote for its inclusion on the list over the strong objections of some of the more SF-savvy committee members, who thought it was weak sauce. Also, my gay love for Harrison Ford exceeds my gay contempt for Orson Scott Card.