Ban Pedophiles and Animal Sex Abusers From Social Media

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Please rally together and sign the petition to call for an end to animal sex abusers, Pedophilia, and their failing 'activism' platforms on social media to protect animals and children everywhere.

The screenshot used as our campaign profile picture was captured from a self-proclaimed Pedophile, also called a MAP (Minor Attracted Person),  on Twitter, who is a MAP activist. 

Social media reaches around 200 million people each year; it impacts our lives on a large scale. That estimation is expected to rise by the year 2021 exponentially. With this, we should entrust that all social media companies strive to make their sites a safer environment or us all (and our animals and children). Minors make up a good portion of social media, and that's just the ones claim to be minors. 

Bestiality is banned and outlawed in most states, except for Hawaii, Kentucky, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming, and the District of Columbia. In the states where it is outlawed, the penalty for those crimes can be classified as a felony or misdemeanor, depending on where they live.

Pedophilia pays a heavy price for consuming child porn or having it on your person--or engaging in any sexual acts with a minor, or promoting it. Underage children are now engaging in relationships online with self-proclaimed MAPs (Minor Attracted Person) through Twitter.

Pedophiles identify themselves on Twitter as MAPS or NOMAPS. (They can be anti-contact, not-offending but that doesn't matter). Children are in the digital age, and they will grow up and experience social media companies doing nothing to keep them safe--they are vulnerable, they are easy to take advantage of. 

 A 'no-contact MAP' can become a contact in a matter of minutes. Social media where millions connect together is NOT a safe place for anyone. It should also not be used for group therapy as it is so public. When minors are a large portion of the internet, we cannot take their word for it that they won't offend when minors are just a simple click away.

Non-offending (or non-contact) pedophiles need targeted help and group therapy in a safer, less public environment; we encourage them to seek help offline as well, where they can rally to report contact offenders. There are foundations and monitored help that can support them.

They are normalizing and minimizing Pedophilia by giving it acronyms (MAP, NOMAP). They are either offending pedophiles (pedophilic disorder) or non-offending pedophiles. End story.

Seemingly harmless non-contact MAPS are following underage users on Twitter and engaging with them--some even boast about their attraction to children "kids are hot"--and quite frankly, it's wrong. A good portion use minor-like images that could appeal to children. We feel as though some MAPS go straight to social media for activism without actually seeking real life help. This is dangerous. Some "Non-offending" "non-contact" maps are following Pro-Contact pedophiles. Twitter's TOS has been updated--they allow users to talk about their attraction to children--creating yet another loophole. 

People have quit their online jobs that require them using social media due to PTSD episodes from past sex abuse trauma from encountering a MAP. They need these jobs to support their family.

There are many Zoophile activists on social media promote the act of having sex with animals. Those platforms that promote sex with animals have a high chance of living where it is illegal, which reaches everybody in every state. Even if they are in a state where it is legal, they are undoubtedly promoting it where it is not. Zoophiles identify themselves on social media by using the symbol ζ.

Not only is the legality of Zoophilia at play, but Zoophile groups have started a grassroots effort, before this year but majorly in 2019, to let their voices be heard. They preach it as a sexual preference (they deny that it is Paraphilia). They believe that animals CAN consent, and post how-to's to engage in sexual conduct with animals. They are using their platforms to advocate for sexual relationships with their animals, rather than rallying for more studies on the topic of Zoophilia, targeted mental help for their Paraphilia, or impulse control. Some Zoophiles have never offended and seek to raise awareness on the issue, but that is a very small minority and they are drowned out by pro-animal sex. 

Body language is what they claim is consent--but even rape cases are the product of poor interpretations of body language, especially looking through the lens of being infatuated with these vulnerable creatures. There are not enough studies that support that this is safe and harmless--why take the chance? 

They have a dangerous conflict of interest.

Some Zoophiles teach on Twitter (and) Tumblr how to position themselves for their dogs to engage in intercourse with their male canines, in rough terms, acting like a dog in heat to get them to mount. This just doesn't happen with canines, but with other animals as well, including female animals coerced into being receptive to penetrative sex (like horses). Any animal can be trained into this behavior, it doesn't mean they fully understand it. 

They also advocate for NOT spaying or neutering your pets so their pets can be more receptive to this practice (hormonally available), and that the act of spaying or neutering is abusive. We all can agree spaying and neutering might have some health risks, but how can we not spay or neuter when we don't have enough homes for these animals in America and are struggling to feed ourselves?

This is abhorrent.

In my view, and the view of millions of Americans, this is harmful and unnecessary for pets to have a healthy, normal life. Many animal behaviorists can agree that this is concerning, and Zoophiles should not be projecting their sexual needs onto them. 

We don't need to have intercourse with our animals to love them. Millions have spayed and unspayed pets and they live happy lives sex-free with humans. It's not pertinent. It's not necessary. And they can't say "no". More research needs to be done on Zoophilia--their activism isn't working, their activism is dangerous right now--for the animals they own, and even for them.

Save the debates. Let's shut them all out and keep our pets and children safe. 

Tumblr's Community Guidelines explicitly state the rules pertaining to bestiality: "Violent Content and Threats, Gore and Mutilation: Don't post content which includes violent threats toward individuals or groups - this includes threats of theft, property damage, or financial harm.... Don't showcase the mutilation or torture of human beings, animals (including bestiality), or their remains..."

Twitter Rules and Policies (Unlawful Use): "You may not use our service for any unlawful purposes or in furtherance of illegal activities. By using Twitter, you agree to comply with all applicable laws governing your online conduct and content."

Facebook's Community Standards: "We prohibit people from promoting or publicizing violent crime... we do not want to condone this activity and because there is a risk of copycat behavior. We also do not allow people to depict criminal activity or admit to crimes they or their associates have committed..."

(Facebook Community Standards also say it's okay to debate the legality of crimes, but not to allow people that admit to doing the crime OR promote crime with their platform)

Discord also states in their Terms of Service not to do anything illegal, but it is unclear on if sharing or promoting illegal content is against those terms. Discord has taken some wonderful steps and cracked down on pedophilic (anthropomorphic) images on their servers. We can only hope that they apply those same standards here. 


Even though these platforms go against (some) rules and regulations, they are still up and running and reaching millions because of Terms of Service loopholes. They are gaining momentum. These rules need to be reevaluated to stop this so-called 'activism' that isn't working and is dangerous. The parents can do their part by protecting their children on the internet, but now, social media, it's your turn.

Help us crack down on social media for a safer online experience for us, our children, and for the welfare of animals.