There comes a time where Facebook is not on the ball of thing. What I mean by this is when somebody posts something that contains nudity and your page is set to the age of 21+ there has to be some form of maturity from Facebook and the users. If the page is set to the age of 21+ people and Facebook should recognize this and allow social non-sexual nudity. If you don’t like what the page posts, then stop following it and ‘unlike’ the page, simple.
Last night I was forced to re-login with this message to soon follow up upon my login. The link was from the Irish Examiner’s news page that I had re-shared from 35th International Congress of Naturism Facebook page. The Link that got removed was the story “Delegates undress to impress at international naturist conference” a simple story of Ireland’s first International Naturist conference that did not contain pornography; yet was forcefully removed by facebook because it contained pornography/nudity.
I have sent an e-mail to Irish Examiner about the situation and do not expect them to do much on the subject. However, let them know what Facebook seems to feel about their posts that are shared on Facebook. It’s down right outrageous that Facebook seems to automatically associate nudity with sexual-ism. It’s like associating drinking and driving. they are two different things. You have people who drink and you have people who drive. and then you have people who bring the two together. The same principal goes with nudity and sexuality. they are both different! it’s just the small minds who like to think they are the same thing when they are not.
In closure, #FacebookMustChange in what posts/links are removed and how it is judged. If it contains lewd sexual behavior then by all means, remove/block/ban someone. Just don’t do that to people’s profiles and pages that contain social & non-sexual lifestyle. it’s the porn industry that seems to flourish on Facebook yet Facebook seems to do little with that and automatically label and target innocent Naturist Pages.