Forget secret government warehouses holding alien spaceships – we’ve got a much more plausible conspiracy theory.
Recently we have been a little overwhelmed by the number of stories that feature a mum having content removed from social media for little-to-no reason – and we’re calling ‘secret plot devised by social media networks to make mums feel bad, for what reason we’re not yet sure’.
Don’t believe us? Here’s the evidence:
But when she posted this photo she was banned:
Heather started a #SaveHeatherBays campaign, and eventually her Instagram account was reinstated. But it was only deleted in the first place because eight people – yes, EIGHT – reported the above photo as being offensive. Seriously. You can read more here.
The reason this baby’s photo was banned from Faceboook is heartbreaking. Young mum Heather Walker shared photos of her late baby son Grayson on Facebook recently – her son had only lived for eight hours – and was appalled when the website removed them. Grayson had a fatal condition called anencephaly, which left parts of his brain and skull missing.
She and her friends reposted the photos, which saw them banned from the social networking site for 24 hours. You can read more here.
This mum forgot that Facebook has no tolerance for nudity – of any kind. A mum from North Carolina in the US posted a picture of her 2-year-old daughter Willa having her swimming bottoms being pulled down by a friend. The mum said she thought the photo was funny and cheeky.