kamsinger posted a comment · Sep 20, 2019
This is just my opinion, but there is no way that they can monitor every video that is loaded. Like other social media, especial the one with the letters FB they rely on people to report to them if they are offended, thus you have a lot of trolls whose only joy in life is to report others and get them banned. This could be the case!
Prodigal48 posted a comment · Sep 20, 2019
This is actually a similar situation to Christian business owners refusing to violate their Christian principles. In those cases, the business owner is exercising his/her First Amendment right. Same here. Dr. Brown is exercising his First Amendment right. The baker has done nothing wrong. Neither has Dr. Brown. Both cases are indicative of a society run amuck with PC Madness.
neptune posted a comment · Sep 17, 2019
I sympathize. I recently had an answer "collapsed" on Quora because I supposedly violated their BNBR policy. When I appealed the decision and asked for clarification, they rejected my appeal with no explanation. In a nutshell, these "policies" by various companies are merely a smokescreen for them to do anything they want. The solution: I think Matt. 10:23 puts it pretty well—leave and go somewhere else. For instance, I will no longer be posting on Quora. You basically just have to keep moving on and shaking the dust off your feet, as Jesus said. God will always provide new places and platforms for us—we just have to keep seeking His direction.
Skeptic posted a comment · Sep 16, 2019
Why is this behavior any different from a baker refusing to sell a cake to a guy couple? You argued in the past, that it’s in their right to refuse service. Why is it different here? I personally think that it is wrong in both cases. Refusing service due to some ambiguous terms/policies or the Bible has the same (non-existing) merit/justification in my opinion.