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      • Facebook bans photo of a plus-sized model. Facebook is in hot water after the social media giant initially banned a photo of a plus-sized model that it had deemed as depicting "a body or body part in an undesirable manner" and violating its "health and fitness policy."
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  2. Jul 15, 2021 · Largely this is made possible by people sharing photos of their life experiences, but sometimes those photos get banned. These are some of those photos banned from Facebook. With some of these pictures it is obvious why they were taken down. With others it's an example of an algorithm gone wrong (mistaking one body part for another, for example). Others, well... others just defy reason. Be sure to vote up the photos you can't believe were taken down from Facebook.

  3. Sep 23, 2020 · Largely this is made possible by people sharing photos of their life experiences, but sometimes those photos get banned. These are some of those photos banned from Facebook. With some of these pictures it is obvious why they were taken down. With others it’s an example of an algorithm gone wrong (mistaking one body part for another, for example). Others, well… others just defy reason. Be sure to vote up the photos you can’t believe were taken down from Facebook.

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  6. Sep 29, 2021 · Facebook bans photo of a plus-sized model. Facebook is in hot water after the social media giant initially banned a photo of a plus-sized model that it had deemed as depicting "a body or body part in an undesirable manner" and violating its "health and fitness policy." An Australian feminist group, Cherchez la Femme, wanted to use the image of plus-size model Tess Holliday wearing a bikini to advertise an event the group is holding next month on body positivity entitled "Feminism and Fat."

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