This comment about Teen Wolf's Charlie Carver's 'coming out' story is why we shouldn't "get over it"
It has been only 12 days since the new year has just begun, 2015 was full of surprises with good and many bad issues all over the globe, so on the 12th January which was only 2 days ago MTV's Teen Wolf star and 27 year old twin Charlie Carver came out in a very serious 5 part coming out story on his official Instagram.
Yet when stories like coming out stories come out today like last year in 2015 and now in 2016 saying 'get over it' or 'who cares' means you don't care about fighting for ALL countries on a global stance on LGBT issues and Equality.
Today and every other day for at least another 100-200 years we will have to keep fighting the hard slog fight for global recognition and full equality on all LGBT related issues and life in general.
So here is a Facebook comment from a MTV follower Moriah in explaining to those who whined about Charlie Carver's coming out story.
WOGP News - Instagram recently removed a photo and some say it’s because it was an image of two men kissing,Gay Star News reports.
Alberto Guzman posted a pic of him and his husband, Janeiro Boffill, from their wedding day 13 years ago to celebrate Pride on June 29. The image included the hashtags #happy #gaypride #equalrights #tilldeathdousapart and #wearethesame.
The pro-gay message didn’t stop Instagram users from flagging the photo as "inappropriate," however and it was later removed by the picture-sharing social media app.
According to Instagram’s community guidelines, users are not allowed to share images that show nudity or mature content.
"I posted this photo of my wedding yesterday and Instagram took it off my album for being ’inappropiate’ [sic] and on gay pride day of all days," Guzman wrote on his Instagram account.
Guzman’s friends commented, protest Instagram’s decision to delete the photo with one saying: "These are my friends @titoguhair and @janeirobofillmakeup. They posted this pic yesterday on Instagram. They’ve been together 13 years and are legally married for 2 months. This is the kiss that sealed their wedding vows. Vows that under state and federal protection offer them 1500 rights and responsibilities. @instagram we expect an apology for taking this pic down and flagging it as inappropriate. PLEASE REPOST PLEASE REPOST PLEASE REPOST! #thisisgaypride #instagram #equalrights #nothingmorenothingless #equality"
Instagram officials apologized for removing the photo, however, and have since put the image back online.
"When our team processes reports from other members of the Instagram community, we occasionally make a mistake," an Instagram spokesperson told The Huffington Post Tuesday. "In this case, we wrongly removed content and rectified the error as soon as we were notified. We apologize for any inconvenience."
Just remember Instagram is a subsidiary of Facebook as Facebook, Inc purchased the photo/video sharing site in April 2012.
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