Facebook’s Anti-Trans Bias

There is a phenomenon that most people are unaware of; Facebook will ban you for reporting someone for making inappropriate comments. You think that’s not how it works? Well, you must not be trans.

I know some people are going to say that it isn’t true. They’re going to say that trans people are just too sensitive, and we should learn to take a joke. They will say that we are too confrontational, and if we just…

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Addison Smith

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I’m an LGBTQ+ DEI educator, activist, and writer living in the Midwest with my cat. Call me Addi. They/She. Booking and more info at https://addisonsagenda.com

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