Facebook to lift ban on topless photos for trans and non-binary females, but not for women

Click here to read the full article.

Facebook and Instagram are to allow female transgender and non-binary users to upload topless photographs while restrictions will remain in place for women, reports the New York Post.

The decision was reached by Meta’s Oversight Board, an independent group of experts that assesses the company’s content moderation and censorship policies, referred to by Mark Zuckerberg as Meta’s “Supreme Court.”

The board ordered Facebook and Instagram to remove a ban on images of topless females so long as they identify as transgender or non-binary.

“The same image of female-presenting nipples would be prohibited if posted by a cisgender woman but permitted if posted by an individual self-identifying as non-binary,” reads the decision. 

The word “cisgender” is used by proponents of gender identity ideology to signify someone who has a gender identity that matches their birth sex. However, those who are critical of the idea that everyone has a gender identity feel that the term is meaningless.

The Oversight Board’s decision came after two Instagram posts by a couple who identify as transgender and non-binary were removed because both of the females were topless. The couple appealed and the ban was overturned.

Continue reading here.

Scroll down for comments and share your thoughts!


What do you think?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings

Pair Found Guilty of Murdering UK Chinese Pensioner After Bungled Property Scam

Alec Baldwin Charged in ‘Rust’ Shooting, Others Indicted