Stop Platforms from banning users for sending nudes to raise money for Australia's fires!

Stop Platforms from banning users for sending nudes to raise money for Australia's fires!

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7. January

Australia's Wildfires are a serious issue that affects both ecosystems and People in throughout the country. Since September, 14.6 acres of land including forests and fields have been burned to ashes. Approximately 1200 homes have been burned as well, and 25 people have died from the fires. Despite the government's efforts (2 billion dollars) in stopping the countryside from burning, the fight against the blaze continues. Since New Year's Eve, 8 million dollars have been raised by us citizens. Much of this money is raised by social media influencers, who can reach a broad audience. Social media influencers also include models who sell their nudes to raise money for the Australian bushfire prevention authorities. Kaylen Ward (20), or "THE NAKED PHILANTHROPIST" reportedly raised approximately 1 million dollars for the bushfires by charging ten dollars for every nude sent. This user later was suspended from Twitter because sending nudes to raise money violated facebook's policies. It is a shame that she was banned for something so simple after doing such good as raising over 1 million dollars to stop the bushfires from spreading. We demand Facebook to Unban Kaylen Ward's account and weigh the amount of good done with how much a user violated your policies, before banning users.

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