“We remove reported content that promotes poaching of endangered species, the sale of animals for organized fight or content that includes extreme acts of animal abuse,” a Facebook spokesperson told Mashable. But Juneau Empire reporter Matt Woolbright noticed the stunning contradiction when he tried to report the “Kill Kendall Jones” community page, and Facebook said it didn’t violate their standards.
Facebook has made a lot of changes to their image policies recently. First, they decided that nipples were a-okay, as long as they appeared in breast feeding photos (Instagram, which they own, is still anti-nipple.) Then this week, they took issue with baby butts.