A mom of four and a women’s rights activist from the United Kingdom, who has been making waves by posting billboards and illuminations of the dictionary definition of “woman,” has been permanently banned from Facebook.
Kellie-Jay Keen Minshull, who goes by the name Posie Parker, was notified early Wednesday morning that her account for her activism, under the name Posie Parker, was disabled and that the decision was final.
Citing “safety and security reasons,” the social media giant determined she was not eligible to use the utility and said they could not give any additional information as to why she was booted from the platform.
Keen-Minshull had several thousand followers on her page, mostly those interested in her campaigning for women’s rights — particularly her defense of them as sex-based — and actions against the medical and surgical gender-transitioning of children.
“Over the last few years I’ve had numerous three, seven and thirty day bans over simple truths about male violence, the erasure of women’s rights, objective truth about biology and the mutilation of children’s bodies,” Keen-Minshull told The Christian Post in an email Wednesday, noting that Facebook has a policy of not telling people why their accounts are disabled.
Her group, Standing for Women, still has a Facebook account but it is specifically for campaign purposes. Thus far, her YouTube channel — where she livestreamed her account of being booted from Facebook Wednesday —and Instagram account remain active. Keen-Minshull told CP she intends to open multiple accounts for fear of all of her content disappearing from “the more censorious platforms.”
Facebook did not respond to a request for comment.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Brandon Showalter