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Red Hood Project, bereaved parents Todd & Canning dismiss new Facebook ad policy

“Rape, child sexual abuse and exploitation images in social media are not “controversial” and they’re not a joke,” says Glen Canning, father of Rehtaeh Parsons. “They devastate victims and destroy families.  It is no answer to my daughter’s memory that Facebook thinks it’s good enough to take the ads off these pages. The pages themselves should be removed.” Read the full article at Feminist Admins Support – warning: disturbing images.

About Ruth Jacobs (296 Articles)
Author of Soul Destruction: Unforgivable, a novel exposing the dark world and harsh reality of life as a drug addicted call girl. The main storyline is based loosely on events from my own life. In addition to fiction writing, I am also involved in journalism and broadcasting, primarily for human rights campaigning in the areas of sex workers' rights, anti-sexual exploitation and anti-human trafficking.

4 Comments on Red Hood Project, bereaved parents Todd & Canning dismiss new Facebook ad policy

  1. Jueseppi B. // July 21, 2013 at 2:14 am // Reply

    Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat.Com™.

  2. Jackie Saulmon Ramirez // July 21, 2013 at 2:21 am // Reply

    This should not be allowed. Why? Because children who grow up wth these images could be damaged for life. These kids also grow up and having images connected to you at a young age, it can follow you. Would you want your child turned down for a job because you photographed them in these scenarios? This is just plain wrong; I;m amazed that child protective services is not all over this. This is a travesty.

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