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RE: A bit of perspective on our NSFW controversy (SFW post)

in #censorship3 years ago

I read the young lady's post and there is a high degree of likelyhood she was flagged because she was spamming / trolling. She basically challenged someone with a haters bring it statement. Honestly I could care lessif she is into porn, but when you enter community with a statement designed to challenge and disrupt you will find at least one who will take exception. The people who flagged her had just as much of a right to do so as she did to say what she did. Thats how free speech works. FWIW having a lot of twitter, facebook or instagram followers does not make you intelligent or right. It does mean you probably spnend a lot of time on social networks, but I am more of a quality over quantity sort of person.

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Just as they have every right to flag, we have every right to complain about their misuse of flagging. :)