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I came to the U.S. at age of 12 with my mother. We settled in sunny Florida, which was quite a contrast to Minsk. I have always been fascinated by sex and relationships. Sex Secrets is where I share sex advice, experiences, news, and sometimes a little humor. If you have a question about sex that you prefer not to post in the comments, you can email me at svetlanaivano(at)yahoo.com.
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Is Facebook Anti-Lesbian?

Best FriendsI have been on Facebook for eight years, but I suspect my days  there are numbered because Facebook seems to have an anti-lesbian bias. I just received my second ban from posting within a two day span Two days ago, Facebook removed a photo I posted a week or so earlier in my secret Facebook group for bi-curious, bisexual, and lesbian women. It falsely claimed that it had been posted to my personal timeline, and banned me for 24 hours. (The posts in a secret group cannot be seen my anyone, but members.) Less than  24 hours after the block was lifted, Facebook removed another old photo, and again falsely claimed that it had bee posted on my personal timeline. Even though the photo had been posted days earlier, this showed that I was “defying” Facebook, so I have been banned for three more days. (See my update.)

A few months ago, I took material that I had published which would appeal, not only to straight couples, but also to lesbians, revised it, added additional material, and published the ebook Lesbian Sex Secrets. I am bisexual, but not involved in the lesbian community, so I thought I would start a secret Facebook group for bi-curious, bisexual, and lesbian women to get some feedback in case I ever wanted to publish a revised second edition. To maintain interest and participation, I posted sexy lesbian pics and videos. This is where the photos were posted. Neither were sexually explicit, though both had partial nudity. Again, however, no one but members can see the posts in a secret group. The Facebook community was always perfectly safe.

Several things make me think that Facebook’s actions are part of an anti-lesbian agenda, and not based on “community standards” or any desire to keep Facebook users “safe.”

1) One of the group members started her own secret lesbian group. Facebook deleted it.after a couple of months She posted photos more explicit than most of the ones that I post, but they were at most soft porn. And again, it was a secret group.

2) A couple of months ago, I decided to update my cover photo. I posted a photo of two girls wearing bikinis with their hands on each other’s butts. It was suggestive, but neither nude nor sexxually explicit. It was removed in a matter of hours.

3) Severala years ago, I had Facebook page where I posted sexy pics and memes.I was banned twice then too. Both times the photos were suggestive of lesbianism, although neither was nude nor sexually explicit.

4) I have seen countless photos showing more nudity and sexual activity on personal timeliness than the photos Facebook removed from my secret group. These include penis pics and videos of sexual intercourse. Yes, there are hundreds of millions of Facebook pages, yet somehow it seems rather easy to find my contributions.

5) I know for a fact that there are secret Facebook groups for porn because members have added me to them. I didn’t stay in any of them long, but long enough to know that they were definitely porn. I have also heard that Facebook allows secret groups for pedophiles, though thankfully, I have never been added to one of those.

6) Finally, one more example, having nothing to do with lesbianism, of how Facebook uses agendas rather than so-called “community standards” to determine what gets taken down: Facebook refused to take down an “Assassinate Donald Trump” page for days. It may still be up for all I know. I just wonder how many minutes it would be before an “Assassinate Hillary Clinton” page would be removed, and its creator banned from Facebook and reported to the Secret Service? On Facebook, not all violations are created equal. That is because there are no actual community standards. Facebook is agenda-driven.

It also seems that I am being personally targeted for some unknown reason. Other group members have posted photos as or more risqué than mine, but they are all still there. Only mine have been removed. I fully expect that when this block is lifted, Facebook will select another old photo from my secret group, claim it was posted on my personal timeline,  and use it it to ban me for a week, a month, or permanently.

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