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Outrageous! This Bikini Photo was Censored by Facebook. Is FB Prejudiced Against Models With Big Boobs? This photo of latex & glamour modelwas censored this week by Facebook on Bianca Beauchamp’s Official Fan Page.
Our thoughts exactly!
Wait, just to be clear, here’s the original photo:
Has Facebook’s judgement gone completely haywire?
Now the question that begs an answer is, is Facebook prejudice against models with big boobs and big butts? You may think this is a ridiculous question, but really, would a photo of a more conventional woman wearing the same bikini on an inflatable mattress in a pool be censored by Facebook?
So we hear you asking: so what? Let’s move on and simply post a new photo. Yes, BUT, one thing most people don’t know about Facebook is that they actually give the user account a STRIKE every time a photo is removed/censored. Each Strike adds up, and penalties are being given to the user. At first, 24 hours of blocked access to FB. Then three days, a week, two weeks, and one complete month of blocked access! Oh wait! It’s worse: the strikes are never removed from the user account. Which means, once you’re stuck at 1 month pf penalty blocked access, the next time will also be one month no matter how long the user has shown a good standing with FB’s terms and regulations.
So, when a photo like the one above is censored for no apparent reason other than total prejudice against the model/person, paranoïa sets in. Will this or that photo be censored? Does it show too much? Is it too suggestive? At what point does one photo become a real possible annoyance to the FB community to warrant censorship?
Really, this is going WAYYY too far.