One of the lines from the article was, “Homosexuals are not as a group able-bodied. They are known to carry extremely high rates of disease brought on because of the nature of their sexual practices and the promiscuity which is a hallmark of their lifestyle.” It was originally written in this article from December 1993.
Now I’ve come out against the LGBTQ community recently and feel as if they are an internalized hate group, in that they are far crueler to the members of their own community than the (Christian) family members, friends and loved ones they were once scared to come out to. I’ve personally decided to distance myself and no longer consider myself gay as I do not want to be associated with the ideals, behaviors, actions, stereotypes, and utter hatred which the LGBTQ community secretes.
I also when I did move to San Francisco saw a lot of behavior which corroborates the last section of the quote. Rampant sex parties, orgies, unprotected deviant behaviors on a nightly basis. Looking back at it now, it seems so utterly disgusting and destructive. I honestly can’t say that there isn’t some truth to the quote.
Now Facebook’s Community Standards state in regard to hate speech, “Sometimes people share content containing someone else’s hate speech for the purpose of raising awareness or educating others about that hate speech. When this is the case, we expect people to clearly indicate their purpose, which helps us better understand why they shared that content.”
Well I quoted the now VP for something he wrote 24 years ago. I didn’t say it. I even used quotes and citation. So I don’t see how me posting a line from an article violates the Community Standards.
Yet here I am. Banned from Facebook for 30 days because someone reported my post as hate speech when by their definition is allowed in the manor which I posted. Give me back access to my Facebook Mark Zuckerberg!