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Don't you like "tit"? Report abuse!

Don't you like "tit"? Report abuse!



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The internet has become a very good place to promote breastfeeding. Young mothers support each other in different groups, sharing advice on how to feed a baby when problems arise. They are an invaluable source of information and support that is so important during natural feeding.

Often proud of the fact that they manage to breastfeed for a long time, they put pictures of themselves and their children at the "boobs". In this way, photographs of infants and two-year-olds and older children are published. Not everyone likes it ...

Nudity and pornography

On the popular group promoting breastfeeding: "Feeding Tits on the streets" yesterday appeared the quickly initiated action of adding photos of breastfed babies. All because of appearing photo submissions for violating Facebook's regulations on "showing nudity and pornography".

Are you shocked by pictures of breastfeeding mothers?

The problem with the shock of seeing breastfeeding mothers is not new. Since the existence of social networking sites, however, has taken a different shape.

On a popular profile, you can report any photo, accusing its author of "abuse" and thus force Facebook administrators to check whether the photo should not be removed, and, for example, its author blocked for some time or permanently.

The author of the photo has the right to appeal against the decision and explain his arguments. However, his arguments are not always sufficient. Facebook seems to be blind in this respect. And his decision is often final.

Facebook in the heat of criticism

A few months ago photos of breastfeeding mothers were regularly deleted. Facebook owners have been criticized repeatedly for this reason. Protests were organized in many places around the company's outlets. Mothers gathered to breastfeed in public and show their solidarity.

Among other things, thanks to this, the recipe for not placing photos showing the act of breastfeeding has been changed in this way to prohibit placing photos on which the wart is visible. According to the rules on the site, the child must be actively involved in the eating process, and the breast must not be visible in its entirety.

Do not like it

Proponents of Facebook regulations emphasize that no one defends mothers to breastfeed, but posting many photos on the same subject can be tiring for everyone who views these photos (posting photos on groups connecting people with specific interests is combined with displaying their activity on the board friends and family). You can meet the opinion that the regulations must be accepted. There are voices that if you do not like it, you can always opt out of using the popular social network ...

And what do you think about it? Is deleting breastfeeding photos good prevention or stupid practice?