The Left supports the LGBTQ and transgender community, but it bows down to social media addiction.
The Meta Oversight Board announced that it may allow Instagram and Facebook to remove their ban on images of bare breasts.
However, this ban will only be lifted for individuals who identify as transgender or non-binary.
"The board stated that it would allow images of women's nipples if they were posted by a non-binary individual. However, it would not allow images of cisgender women's breasts."
According to the board, it would also consider other factors such as breastfeeding and birth-giving when it comes to deciding which images should be allowed.
Following an incident earlier this month, which led to the overturning of a ban on Instagram posts, the board reinstated the posts of a couple who identify as non-binary and transgender.
The board stated that it would rely on human reviewers to decide which images should be allowed. They will also use their discretion when it comes to determining the gender identity of the user.
According to the users who were affected by the previous policy, it discriminated against people who identify as transgender or non-binary.
Meta responded to the New York Post by saying that it supports the change, and it encourages transgender people to "free the nipple."
"In response, the company stated that it would continue working with various groups to improve the products and services it provides for the LGBTQ community. It also reinstated the content before the ban was lifted."
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Town Hall.