Minds bans loli content and users (regardless of SFW status)

A “pro-free speech” Twitter clone decides to become the exact opposite.

Don’t really have a more appropriate source for this other than the CEO themselves.

https://archive.ph/4U0ue

He then decided to edit his original post: Is loli illegal in the United States? | Minds

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Wait, did he actually advertise his site as “pro-free speech”? Yeah, there is a really easy way to disprove that, as per the aforementioned method.

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According to this…

“Our mission is Internet freedom with privacy, transparency, free speech within the law and user control. […]

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Well, that turned out to be an obvious lie.

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Always does eventually.

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This is depressing, and sadly it needs to be challenged.

They’re not going to be around for much longer. When GAB decided to go anti-free-speech, citing the obscenity law as a reason for banning it, I became quite concerned.
If lolicon is illegal because of obscenity law, then so is normal adult pornography, gay porn, anything in general, really. It’s not something you’re supposed to know since a judge or court has to tell you if it is or not.

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Well, I guess if you say something is a law enough times, it becomes one for real.