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11/15/2013

Why is CA's anti-trans coalition so afraid of conversation?

by Jeremy Hooper

For whatever reason, I was let back into the Facebook page of the so-called Privacy For All Students coalition, one day after being deleted-and-banned for challenging their views against transgender student protections (and getting them to reveal what their campaign is really all about). So when I was let back in, I left a simple message pointing out how unfortunate it was that they chose to delete my comments, since it (a) is an unfair limitation of speech; and (b) made the thread very confusing, since their comments to me were intact but my replies were removed. Here's what I said:

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[PFAS Facebook]

That comment? Yep, you guessed it: DELETED.

But for whatever reason, I can still comment, so I left one more:

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[PFAS Facebook]

Go ahead and delete that one too, PFAS. Your war on discourse is my fuel.

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