A Woman Gets Harassing Messages & Facebook Bans Her

A Woman Gets Harassing Messages & Facebook Bans Her

A Woman Gets Harassing Messages & Facebook Bans Her

This woman got a random man messaging her on Facebook, saying all sorts of unsolicited things and being hyper sexual for no reason other than he see women only as objects. She posted the messages because there is no way to report private messages on FB for harassment or abuse. Well FB told her that her post was harassment and banned her after removing the post. She requested a review saying he was harassing her and FB didn’t care because women aren’t allowed to have thoughts or opinions on their platform.


By | 2018-12-30T08:53:36-04:00 December 9th, 2018|Uncategorized|1 Comment

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  1. B January 5, 2019 at 2:25 am - Reply

    same exact thing happened to me yesterday. this has been going on for a couple years. guy messages me repeatedly. twice i politely turned him down. he however saw me out over the holidays and has been messaging since, i ignored him up until i got the message “you owe me. you cockblocked me.” so i set him straight to the fact that i don’t owe him or any man shit and told him if he continued his behavior he’d be getting blocked by me on FB. he responded blocking me. and i decided to post the screenshots of the convo.

    in the 6hrs before it was removed, i had several women come forward with their own stories about being continually harassed by this guy via messages. a couple girls shared their stories about being forcibly touched by him. then i started getting messages from him, friendly-ish at first, apologizing and giving the “i was drunk” excuse. then he escalated to “this is slander and illegal.” i blocked him. and then Facebook totally made light of his behavior, removed the post and sent me to jail for harassment and bullying. i “appealed” and asked for a review, took them about 20mins to again tell me i was wrong. what i did was bad. i had the option to again appeal, this time i got to send a note along and i took that opportunity to thank Facebook for basically supporting rape culture.

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