Facebook Apologizes for Removing Marriage Equality Photo, Temporarily Blocking Access to Page

Written by scott on January 23rd, 2013

Gay WeddingFacebook has apologized for removing a photo of a mixed-race gay couple’s wedding from Gay Marriage USA’s page then subsequently blocking the administrator from gaining access.

The marriage equality campaign’s Facebook page has over 295,000 followers, but its founder, Murray Lipp, was notified that the photo of a bishop getting married to his husband at a small Pentecostal church was deemed “offensive”.

Lipp was also banned for a week from posting content to Gay Marriage USA for violating Facebook’s “policies and community standards”.

Authored By Lester Brathwaite – See the Full Story at Queerty

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