This isn’t the first time Margeaux Collyer has been banned on Facebook for posting images of breasts. Last week, the London, Ont. woman was kicked off the site for the third time, and had over 95 images removed because of visible nipples violating Facebook’s guidelines. Collyer is a micropigment artist who works with breast cancer survivors who have undergone breast reconstruction to creates 3-D areola nipple tattoos.
It was an ordinary day at Walmart for Erika Burch, who was picking up some groceries for her kids when she saw something out of the ordinary. “She [was] begging him to stop! She was saying ‘please stop, I promise I won’t do it again please stop!’” wrote Burch in a Facebook post that has since gone viral.
Pete Evans wears many hats. The chef came under fire on social media after he advised a woman with osteoporosis to adopt a paleo diet and cut out calcium on a public Facebook Q&A session. Social media quickly took Evans to task, calling him out on his inaccurate and potentially-harmful medical advice.