Sex School Hub
“The internet and social media aren’t free spaces. Governments and corporations align themselves to ban conversations and bodies that don’t align with their values. Sex, sexuality and those who work around it explicitly are often seen as ‘undesirable’, bad for business, shameful. Educational efforts like ours are also part of the mix.
Shutting down conversations and censoring bodies won’t solve anything, they’ll just make the most vulnerable even more unprotected and invisible.”
“These photos are all taken by me, some are self-portraits, some are pictures of other models. I’ve chosen the pictures that were on my account at the time of the ban, some were reported and removed, others I didn’t even have the courage to publish in the censored version.”
We’d like to invite our community to share cases of biased & unfair censorship on social media. The existing guidelines are intransparent and oftentimes discriminate against certain groups of people. The vague and random enforcement of these rules pushes many contents into spaces that are anything but safe.
By participating in this campaign, you become part of a movement towards a destigmatized way of dealing with nudity & sexuality.
Use #uncensoredme to participate or to learn more about the campaign.