Students from the Warwick women's rowing team decided to strip down for charity -- and found themselves held up to a double standard. This week, Facebook banned the group's page citing "inappropriate content" -- but allowed an identical page for the men's team's naked calendar to remain. Following in the tradition of Warwick's men's rowing team, who have been selling naked calendars since , the women's rowing team shot their first nude calendar in to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support -- creating quite a splash. Calendar organizer Sophie Bell told The Huffington Post that the team's Facebook page had received numerous complaints regarding images from the calendar, before the page was temporarily deleted this week. After receiving hundreds of messages from supporters of the Warwick team, Facebook overturned the ban on the page early Friday morning.
Photos That Were Banned On Facebook
Nude Biblical images by Glenstal monk are banned by Facebook
Pornographic pictures are being shared by hundreds of social media users on an X-rated Facebook page which anyone including children can join. Please post an introduction when you join so people can interact with you. However, insiders have revealed that the page is much more than just a place for people to meet, with one telling The Sun that it is actually a "non-stop stream of porn which anyone can join". He added: "I joined the group with a blank profile, no picture, no nothing. You have to request to join, but they do not do any checks at all. It doesn't end. It has even been suggested that group members have been playing online games where they post a picture of themselves and get others to guess how old they are.
Nudity + Facebook = Banned
This article contains images and content that might be considered not safe for work NSFW. An Ontario photographer has been banned from Facebook for posting semi-nude photos of women of diverse shapes and sizes which prompted hundreds of body shaming comments. Julia Busato told CityNews she allowed women to tell their own stories through a series of photographs. All of them posed behind translucent mannequins.
I have a bit of a history of photos being banned from my Milk Meg Facebook page. Even ones that happened to have a child latched onto it?! Well thankfully those days are over as they have officially changed their policy about this.