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.

Facebook deleted the photo of my glorious curvaceous comfy body the other night. In an act that can only be described as #mumbod envy. Don't worry admin, one day you will have a comfy #mumbod too 󾮖🏼

Posted by Constance Hall on Wednesday, July 27, 2016

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.

I'm trying to teach my kids that kindness is cool. They say that kids receive more social recognition for negative...

Posted by Constance Hall on Wednesday, July 27, 2016

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..."