Twitter Locks Well-Known Feminist's Account For Tweeting 'Men Aren't Women'

Ferlon Webster Jr. | November 16, 2018
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In today’s day and age, you can get in a lot of trouble for stating basic facts. 

Take Meghan Murphy, a Canadian feminist who has passionately supported the #MeToo movement, who posted a comment on Twitter considered so "hateful" that the social media platform decided to temporarily lock her account.

What did she tweet? Drumroll please! 

She simply tweeted that "men aren’t women tho."

This is quite interesting, considering you’d expect Twitter to really love anything a known feminist says. But once anyone goes against the far-left's way of thinking, they get banned, blocked, or shunned, just like anyone else.

Murphy went on an appropriate tirade when she found out her account was locked, continuing: 

“Trans activists have been targeting my account for a few months now. Either someone at Twitter or with an in at Twitter has been combing through old tweets and reporting them for 'hateful conduct'. Twitter seems to instantly shut my account down without a second thought. Screen shot and share this shit, y'all. Complain to @twitter. They work for you. You are the consumer. I'm assuming my account is going to get locked again simply for speaking about this. But this is not fucking ok and I'm not going to let it go silently. What ARE we allowed to say here??? How tf is simply saying 'men aren't women' hateful??? I am losing my goddamned mind over this. Enjoy your brave new world, sjws. Here's your fucking social justice.”

The Canadian feminist makes a really good point (among others) about Twitter, saying, “They work for you. You are the consumer.” Looks like Twitter has been forgetting this basic point. 

Murphy definitely gained a lot of support from her followers in response to Twitter locking her account.

Unlike Twitter, there are some who still believe in basic biological facts - and no, it is not hateful to say that.

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