Social Media Platforms Banning Conversion Therapy Content

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Social Media Platforms Banning Conversion Therapy Content

In the ever-evolving landscape of social media, a new contender, Spoutible, emerged last February, positioning itself as a fresh alternative to the established platform X. This nascent network has swiftly joined the ranks of several platforms taking a firm stand against the promotion of so-called “conversion therapy,” a decision highlighted by The Advocate. Christopher Bouzy, the visionary behind Spoutible, confirmed the enactment of this policy just a week ago.

Spoutible’s ethos, prominently featured on its website, revolves around fostering a welcoming, diverse, and safe digital environment. The platform prides itself on actively combating issues like targeted harassment, hate speech, the spread of disinformation, and underhanded platform manipulation. An integral part of Spoutible’s identity is the pivotal influence of women, individuals from various ethnic backgrounds, people with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ+ community. These diverse voices play a critical role in steering Spoutible’s trajectory, underscoring the platform’s belief in the power of diversity. By embracing a wide range of perspectives, Spoutible aims to serve a diverse user base, honoring the unique backgrounds and identities of each individual.

More links about Conversion Therapy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_U.S._jurisdictions_banning_conversion_therapy

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