Anyway, Facebook is on war against nakedness. Some thirty forty years ago I heard that public libraries in Finland, for a while anyway, rejected Walt Disney's comic magazines. A Donald Duck without pants was a threat against western civilization, at least in sauna country.
Recently I've got to know that Facebook has been censoring - for example - pictures of The Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen and Evelyne Axxell's painting "Ice Cream".
|This is a screen capture from the Facebook of Philadelphia Museum of Art. "We recently posted this picture on Facebook, but it was removed by Facebook for “containing excessive amounts of skin or suggestive content.”|
|No nudes, says Facebook. |
But aggression and violence is normally okey.
|Inspired by the Ice Cream gate refered to above,|
I hereby present a new thumb.
|So, on Facebook|
we can say
to each other.
is a fart
in the face
|But of course, nothing above said|
has anything to do
with the real thing,
so this is just what it is.