Canadian activist suspended from Twitter after warning of ‘the harms of gender ideology’

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Canadian activist Chris Elston, known online as “Billboard Chris” has been locked out of his Twitter account for a post announcing he would be talking to strangers in Santa Cruz “about the harms of gender ideology.”

The tweet that landed Billboard Chris with a suspension read, “I’ll be on the boardwalk in Santa Cruz, California this afternoon, having one conversation at a time about the harms of gender ideology. Feel free to come join me.” Billboard Chris accompanied the tweet with a video that explains who he is and why he advocates against gender ideology. Twitter sent Billboard Chris an email notifying him that his Twitter account had been locked for “Violating our rules against posting or sharing privately produced/distributed intimate media of someone without their express consent.”

The policy Twitter referenced as justification for Billboard Chris’s suspension is one to prevent doxxing, personal phone numbers, addresses, financial information, and medical records, being posted online. Despite Billboard Chris’s tweet in no way violating this policy, Twitter warned Billboard Chris that “repeated violations may lead to a permanent suspension of your account.”

Billboard Chris spoke to The Post Millennial regarding his suspension saying, “My account has been locked, simply for posting that I was going to be in Santa Cruz having conversations about the harms of gender ideology. I included an introductory video with the tweet, where I explain what I do.” He does not believe the video accompanying the tweet to be what triggered the suspension, as the video still remains his page in a separate tweet, “It’s the same video that’s already in my pinned tweet.”

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