Constance Hall hits back at Facebook after they deleted her 'controversial' photo with her daughter.
Writer and "Australian blogger, freedom fighter, [and] queen lover" Constance Hall ran into Facebook's strident, baffling censorship rules recently, and nearly 100,000 people are endorsing her response. It looks a lot like an erect middle finger.
According to Metro, the removed photo "had shown Constance cuddling her topless seven-year-old daughter." A carefree child without a shirt on? Too dangerous for the public.
Some commenters pointed out the obvious, that Facebook removed the photo because her "daughter didn't have a shirt on," to which Constance replied, "She's only just turned 7!!!!"
That comment received nearly 100 "likes" for every exclamation point. She continued, "She's a baby!! And was wearing shorts."
While her seven-year-old probably hates to be called a baby by her mom in public, her point's well taken. There are much more important things for Facebook to censor. Like any post that starts with, "So I don't usually post on Facebook, but..."