Social media platforms are banning content promoting conversion therapy

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01/20/2024

Spoutible, an emerging social media platform launched last February as an alternative to X, has joined a growing number of platforms that have banned content promoting so-called “conversion therapy.” According to The Advocate, the platform’s founder, Christopher Bouzy, confirmed that the ban was implemented last week. On its website, Spoutible specifically touts its commitment to “creating a safe, inclusive, and enjoyable online space for all” while “mitigating targeted harassment, hate speech, disinformation, and platform manipulation.” “Women, people of color, disabled people, and the LGBTQ+ community play significant roles in shaping the direction of Spoutible. We believe that diversity is key to building a platform that serves all of our users, regardless of their background or identity,” the site states.

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