In a Wednesday post, Facebook's Chief Product Officer Chris Cox apologized to "the affected community of drag queens, drag kings, transgender, and extensive community of our friends, neighbors, and members of the LGBT community for the hardship that we've put you through in dealing with your Facebook accounts over the past few weeks."
"We owe you a better service and a better experience using Facebook, and we're going to fix the way this policy gets handled so everyone affected here can go back to using Facebook as you were," Cox said.
Oh man, this is priceless! All the LGBT community got their asses kissed and their runny shit licked up because of a hoo-rah about the names on their personal profiles. No anonymity allowed on FaceCrap! Thou shalt conform! At least, until FaceBook got their ass reamed a billion ways from Sunday...
"The drag queens spoke and Facebook listened! [BPS: aka bent over and spread their buttocks for them.] Facebook agreed that the #RealNames policy is flawed and has unintentionally hurt members of our community," Campos wrote on Facebook. "We have their commitment that they will be making substantive changes soon, and we have every reason to believe them."
I find it very amusing that what is perhaps 5% of
these non-breeding fucktards the population can manage to cause such an outcry ("victim! i'm a victim! we're being victimized! boo-hoo-hoo-hoo!") and make a big business back down. Fucking little pussy maggot cunts, gotta have a widdle wee-wee paddy at the slightest slight and evverywun gotta lick up their runny shit because of equalism (the new rebadged form of Feminism aka Leftism aka Marxism aka fuck-'em-they're-all-pieces-of-cunty-shit-ism).
It's a good thing that the button isn't in front of me right now, I'd probably push the damn thing. As it is, tonight I will have some more Grand Marnier and marvel at just how fucked-up our species is.
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