A battle against censorship raged recently over Sharon Adam’s profile page featuring post mastectomy scar photos. The 12million plus members witnessed a rare break from the norm as women’s rights groups and Sharon Adam’s herself were outraged at the banning of the photos, as they were seen by Facebook as too graphic.
These censorship measures are in place to protect their members from the ruder and cruder side of life but these photos were nothing but. The bravery needed to take these steps should have been immediately commended. Indeed the censorship is telling of societal faux pas at the moment and thank goodness we have rights activists such as Sharon Adam’s because this is a real breakthrough not just in women’s rights but for individual rights of expression against censorship.
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