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I cannot imagine that Facebook executives ever want it on their platform but they also should not send out surveys that suggest they might tolerate it or suggest to Facebook users that this might ever be acceptable.”This isn’t the first time Facebook has vexed users by hurling something potentially dangerous to children into the social media ether.

Despite the company’s claim that they were trying to address the issue of children under 13-year-old using the platform with the Facebook’s leaked child abuse guidelines have also elicited anger from parents.

It bans, among other things, erotic art (even non-explicit), talking about kink, talking about your boobs or butt, mentioning your preferences in sexual partners, "sexualized slang," and "vague suggestive statements." — Uncanny Valley Girl (@alextemplemusic) December 5, 2018 Not cool.

It goes on to instruct users not to post: Attempts to coordinate or recruit for adult sexual activities such as filmed sexual activities, pornographic activities and erotic dances or massages Explicit sexual solicitation, which is defined as offering or asking for sex or sexual partners, sex chats or conversations and nude images Implicit sexual solicitation, which is defined as mention of a sexual act along with at least one of the following suggestive elements: Content (hand-drawn, digital or real-world art) that may depict explicit sexual activity or suggestively posed person(s).But its updated Community Standards sex work, organize community events or private groups related to non-normative sexuality, or even engage in private talk with other users about hooking up.The new Sexual Solicitation policy starts by stating that while Facebook wants to faciliate discussion "and draw attention to sexual violence and exploitation," it "draw[s] the line…when content facilitates, encourages, or coordinates sexual encounters between adults." Can we pause a moment to appreciate how weird it is that they lump those things together in the first place?The site defines adult content as “photos, videos, or GIFs that show real-life human genitals or female-presenting nipples, and any content — including photos, videos, GIFs and illustrations — that depicts sex acts.” The move has also raised awareness about another social media site’s change in adult content policies: Facebook.Although Facebook changed its community standard policies to be more strict on sexual content in mid October, users just began to realize the effects of the new policy on Wednesday after Tumblr made its announcement.

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