Gris ad is labeled "sexually suggestive" by Facebook

Jan 09 2019 2 min read

Gris ad is labeled "sexually suggestive" by Facebook. Read the short post about this piece of news and leave your thoughts in comments. Subscribe for updates!

Who would've thought that "social justice" was going to attack the beautifully innocent and charming Gris? Apparently, Facebook employees have absolutely lost their minds as they rejected the launch trailer for the game due to a specific scene claimed "sexually suggestive", which is the very same scene you can see on the image above. That's right - that's how explicit content looks like in 2019 according to Facebook.

The news comes straight from the game's publisher Devolver Digital. The company has shared this unbelievably stupid decision, received from Facebook, on Twitter. As you can see yourselves, there's nothing remotely close to being "sexually suggestive" on the image in question, yet the trailer was rejected twice - and the second time happened when Devolver tried to file an appeal. As Kotaku reports, the reason for the second rejection was due to internal service's rules which do not allow nudity. Nudity, Carl!

It's pretty hard to challenge the indisputable fact that there's literally zero nudity in the picture, yet Facebook stands for its decision. Twitter users are going nuts over this situation, noting that the social network allows actual "sexually suggestive" ads on its pages. You might be wondering, why is this even happening, and you should know that you are not the first to ask this.


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