After Google’s determination to fight gender biases in Google translate, Facebook jumped into a war of sexual solicitation.
Facebook, a platform home to many business and profiles, has always been easy to exploit. Globally used platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and many others are open to everything that emerges in the human mind. Whether its an idea, a thought, a suggestion, a comment, a blame or even a desire; these platforms are the easiest options to approach.
Many of us have witnessed the amount of hate, abuse and disturbing elements present on these social media sites. Especially, Facebook, that makes earning limelight easiest for such negative approaches.
Facebook will not Tolerate any Sexual Solicitation:
Apart from hate speech, child abuse, and political rashness, Facebook has been a safe place for sexual predators. From making pornographic content viral to establishing a sinful business, the platform has often been exploited.
But now, the safe heaven is turning into hell for predators involved in the sexual solicitation.
Recently we have seen the company taking strict measures against some alarming situation. Situations like the circulation of false news on the platform and child-abuse contents. And now its taking action against the free speech of sexual desires and sexual solicitation.
Some People are Against Facebook’s Fight Against Sexual Content:
While the step seems worth applauding, some people are finding it offensive. Okay….?
Although Mark Zuckerberg has taken this step earlier on October 15, users are taking its notice now.
As it is mentioned above, people engaging or even declaring their sexual desires publicly will be found ‘wort-banning’ by the California company.
Facebook will even ban sex chat or conversation. Nude images and even sexual slangs will be considered an engagement in impact sexual solicitation.
Not only users but some of the social media experts also find Facebook’s step ‘ a bit too far.’
What do you think about this new change in Facebook, let us know in the comments below?