I’ve been banned from Facebook because I used the word “cµck”.
That’s right. Mark Cuckerberg enforces kindergarten-tier vocabulary on his godforsaken website.
The worst part is that they won’t give me any chance to challenge the ban. No way to do anything from my account. They removed all options I had to contact them. I could send an e-mail to their customer support, but I’m sure it will lead me to nowhere.
Context: A poor and desperate incel created a thread asking for advice on where and how he should approach women irl. To my desperation, there were several normies offering him bluepill advice. I did my best to dismiss their trash-tier advice and offer proper guidance to our incel friend. Unfortunately, I’ve been banned because I used the term “cµck” to describe a cµcked comment – the truth hurts.
Facebook is the wrong place for incels to hang out. It’s part of the system that keeps incels from living a better – or at least less miserable – life. Challenging the status quo in Facebook grants you a 30-day ban without any warning or possibility to defend yourself. Their bots are designed to ban non-bluepill speech, and those bots do a stellar job I must admit.