• May 24, 2024

Facebook Takes One Look At This Image This Mom Posted And Immediately Bans Her

It is getting harder and harder to understand the mindset of the collective censors at Facebook. Where is it written  what is considered a photo taken as a harmless ad linked to the past or what is pornography. Now one mother is facing a possible lifetime ban from Facebook after posting a picture of her daughter at the beach.

 

 According to Opposing Views:

“I posted [the photo] on Coppertone’s [Facebook page],” White told WBTV. “We thought it would be cute because of the old Coppertone ad and her tan line looked like that.”

A mother is facing a possible lifetime ban from Facebook after posting a picture of her daughter at the beach.

Jill White, a photographer from Hickory, North Carolina, decided to recreate the famous “Coppertone girl” pose from 1953 with her daughter at the beach.

In the original Coppertone ad, a young girl’s bathing suit is being pulled down by a small dog, exposing her backside.

In White’s re-creation, her two-year-old daughter and her friend posed for the photo.  Her daughter’s bathing suit bottom is being pulled down by her female friend in the picture.

Take a look at the “offensive” photo here:
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Is that really that offensive?
It is interesting that a cute photo such as this would cause such a reaction considering many a photo seen on a daily basis.

 

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