Facebook censors swingers now. They’ve been doing it for a while, but lately they’ve really been cracking down.
So Krazy Kasbh finally had to set their Facebook group to only allow posts to be published that admins approve of. Too many people were posting sexually explicit content, attracting the notice of Facebook’s banhammer and thereby threatening the existence of the group itself.
The only surprise is that it took this long.
The Facebook updated Community Standards flat out state that anything that even hints at or mentions sexuality. That includes sexualized banter, anything above PG language, legal sex work, organizing sexually-oriented community events or even private groups related to non-normative sexuality.
According to the new Community Standards, you can’t even engage in private messenger talk about hooking up.
Reason wrote about this late last year, after Tumblr killed the porn posters there.
Just a few days after Tumblr announced that it would ban all pornography, Facebook has pulled the proverbial hold my beer with its new “Sexual Solicitation” policy.
Facebook will now “restrict sexually explicit language”—because “some audiences within our global community may be sensitive to this type of content”—as well as talk about “partners who share sexual interests,” art featuring people posed provocatively, “sexualized slang,” and any “hints” or mentions of sexual “positions or fetish scenarios.”Reason.com – December 6, 2018
Kole quickly pushed his MeWe group as an alternative, so members can post their pics free of censorship. Because Facebook censors swingers, it’s up to us to provide swingers with an alternative method of communicating. Why support a social network that doesn’t support you?
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