After facebook blocked GuySpy for more than 30 days the last time we posted something they decided was inappropriate, we made sure to memorize their “Community Standards,” so as not to ever let such a grievous error happen again. Well, wouldn’t you know it, but some of these terms don’t apply to all the content on the social network.
On September 24, we posted the following picture, which was taken down by the PTB within hours of making the page.
Now, before you get all high-fallutin’ and scream “profanity!” here’s facebook’s policy on nudity and pornography.
Facebook Community Standars
Nudity and Pornography
Facebook has a strict policy against the sharing of pornographic content and imposes limitations on the display of nudity. At the same time, we aspire to respect people’s right to share content of personal importance, whether those are photos of a sculpture like Michelangelo’s David or family photos of a child breastfeeding.
Okay, so far it all makes sense. And, according to thefreedictionary.com, the definition of nudity is “Permitting or featuring full exposure of the body.” Unless cute nips and pouty lips are “full exposure,” we’re good to go! Right?
Well, no, cause, like we said, they removed our pic. We we’re gonna call it a gay day, but then we discovered what you can view on facebook’s family oriented site. Check out the photos below, available for all the world to see. We’re not experts at female body parts, but this seems to be a tad more risque than what we posted.
Not only that, the page “Hot boy sexy ladies of Dhaka” was created back in May, and shows something even more revealing.
This site has been up for five months, and our photo was taken down in a couple of hours? This doesn’t make sense, unless, perhaps, facebook is just a tad homophobic and sexist to boot! Exploiting the female body is just fine, but showing a beautiful man almost completely nude is a disgrace. Somewhere, Donald Trump is smiling.
We’re not gonna argue over facebook Community Standards, but we are gonna argue over playing fair. As long as those girlie shots get the thumbs up from Mark Zuckerberg, we’re gonna call him out for being a dick–and not in a Michelangelo’s David sort of way.