DAILYKENN.com -- A group of female protesters stripped to the waist in front the Facebook's Seoul, Korea headquarters. Apparently they were nonplussed after the social media giant zapped revealing photos the ladies had previously posted.
Meanwhile, Facebook is running video ads declaring its virtuous crusade to purge the site of spam and hate speech. Truth is, we suppose, the leftist moonbats that control the corporation fear free speech could result in a Donald Trump reboot, 2020.
From rt.com ▼
A group of women staged a topless protest in front of Facebook's headquarters in Seoul after the social media giant deleted revealing photos of their previous rally. The activists insisted their bodies “are not porn.”
The women from Fire Femi Action group, some wearing masks and sunglasses, lined up at Facebook’s head office in the upscale Gangnam District area of the South Korean capital, on Saturday.
They held banners reading: “Why do you delete posts in which I willingly showed my breasts?” and "Set me free from what is virtually a modern corset.”
The demonstrators had slogans written on their bodies: “My body is not pornographic material.” Some of the protesters were heard shouting “Free the nipple.”
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