Shame on Facebook for making pornography widely accessible and for making money off it 

Dear Facebook

I posted this to my feed to expose your inappropriate and unprofessional conduct. Shame on Facebook for making a profit off of pornography and for making it more generally available to a larger population without appropriate safeguards. 

A lightbulb just went on. Couldn’t figure out why all these men are popping up on Facebook as porn stars / lewd content. 1. Facebook added feature where you can send money to other users. 2. Facebook added live video feeds.  

So in the name of money and power, Facebook has become a porn site. Great. What do parents think of this?! Did you realize? 

I reported three of these porn stars to Facebook. All they do is block them from my feed so they don’t actually remove the porn star from face book for inappropriate contact using their own guidelines (nudity, suggestive sexual content, etc) 

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