This Woman Called Out A Predator & Facebook Banned Her For 3 Days

This Woman Called Out A Predator & Facebook Banned Her For 3 Days

This Woman Called Out A Predator & Facebook Banned Her For 3 Days

It’s been discovered that a predatory photographer not only took advantage of women by coercing them into posing nude and sometimes sexually assaulting them, he was secretly sharing recognizable explicit content with followers on Flickr, without the subjects’ knowledge or consent.

A former model of this photographer took a stand and called him out on her Facebook page, she specifically mentioned in a post of her that as an artist she won’t be ashamed of her hard work and art, but advocated for other women to stay safe from this predator if they didn’t already know.

So what did Facebook do? Well they banned her for 3 days citing violation of their “community standards” for “harassment.” Of course! Because why should women be allowed to warn other women of a known assailant who preys on women? WHY SHERYL?? WHAT HAPPENED TO SPEAKING OUT & SUPPORTING WOMEN SHERYL SANDBERG?? Because it hurts the man feelings of course.

 

By | 2018-05-25T09:27:18+00:00 May 24th, 2018|Uncategorized|1 Comment

One Comment

  1. Elizabeth May 25, 2018 at 2:58 pm - Reply

    Just got out of my 30 day jail for using the word “dumbass” on Politico. You know using FB as the comment app, where we all have to be over 18 , and calling me a LIBTARD, LOSER, BITCH, SKANK, etc is not violating “personal attacks” rule, but dumbass?? Oh hell hath no fury like a baby man called a safe for daytime TV word. Cuz the trolls gang report as its the same person probably using 10 different accounts, and the algorithm kicks in.

    I one time reported a photo of a guy with his assault rifle on a tripod and he said how it would be good to pick off Mexicans. I reported it. “Doesn’t violate community standards.” Once in a BLUE moon do my reports work, most of the time they do not.

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