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ebook slammed for censoring viral 'Birth Becomes Her' video designed to inspire expectant mumsFacebook is facing an angry backlas

h from users, after

it removed a viral video showing mothers from around the world meeting their newborn babies for the first time. The video, created by birth photographer Monet Nicole Moutrie, features clips of ex

pectant mums during labour in birth pools and at home, as well as surrogate parents hold

ing their newborn children for the first time. It was first published on Facebook on Mothers Day 2017, and has since been viewed over 100 million times . The aim of the video, accordin

g to Moutrie, is to show the beauty of labour and to stop expectant parents fearing childbirth. But now, seven months later and with no notice, F

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ok has removed the video and blocked Moutries account - apparently for violating the social networks community standards . (Image: Birth Beco

mes Her) (Image: Birth Becomes Her) The standards state that photographs of people displaying genitals or focusing in on fully exposed buttocks will be removed. We also restrict some

images of female breasts if they include the nipple, but our intent

is to allow images that are shared for medical or health purposes, the standards state. Moutrie insists that her video does not violate these standards. Im saddened and quite honestly scared that the important work were doing will be stifled and hidden behind false statements like community, Moutrie wrote in a blog post on her website . (Image: Birth Becomes

Her) (I

mage: Birth Becom

es Her) Because there is nothing more antitheti

cal to community than t管家婆论坛一句中特 he restriction and censorship of birth, family and life. Have we reached a point in our obsession with apps and usernames that weve forgotten that behind our pixelated screens are real bodies that breathe and beat and love and birth and eventually die? Facebook, LIFE should never be against your community standards. She finishes by imploring Facebook to put the video back up and to reinstate her account, adding that shes scare

d but hopeful. Facebook is yet to respond to a request for comment by Mirror Online.

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