I'm not sure, but somehow someone (a fellow weightlifter I know of) added me to a bodybuilding facebook page because I am into fitness. Anyway, I get notified when people post on this facebook page.
Apparently, some girl just posted a nude photo of herself revealing her boobs and legs etc. Then yesterday there was a video of her touching herself WTF?. Is this allowed on facebook? The page is an "uncensored" group or something; only certain people can see the posts I think.
How can someone add me to a group without me accepting anything?
Report them and remove yourself from the group. There should be a box for you to stop another person from adding you again
In a private group, rules are less stringent. Also, having run a private group before, I was surprised to find that FB's definition of inappropriate content becomes ambiguous once nudity, sexual explicitness and similar topics are the subject.
Well, this is quite odd. This woman is a 32 year old woman (I think she has children) who is really into bodybuilding/fitness lifestyle. She added me as a friend. I looked at her FB pics and she does not seem like the type who would post nude photos. But she told other people who belonged to the FB group that she will not expose her face in the (nude) photos because she does not want her pics being spread across the internet.
Says she worked/studied psychology related stuff....
I guess she is proud of her body because she used to be fat apparently. But this FB group might get into trouble if this stuff is posted again and again.
The group is technically for fitness posts, but seems like softcore porn LMAO!
I guess things are never like they seem....
From Facebook Desktop Help:
What types of things aren't allowed on Facebook?
Here are a few of the things that aren't allowed on Facebook:
Nudity or other sexually suggestive content
Hate speech, credible threats or direct attacks on an individual or group
Content that contains self-harm or excessive violence
Fake or impostor profiles
To see the full list and learn more about our policies, please review the Facebook Community Standards.
If you see something on Facebook that doesn't follow the Community Standards, please log into your account from a computer and use the report links usually located next to the abusive content.
Unless it's a secret group, people can add you to it without you accepting. I assume it's one of Facebook's ploys.
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