Spending 24 hours in Facebook Jail

I have recently been placed in Facebook jail for 24 hours because of an image that is part of one of my wordpress blogs “The world we live in” that I shared to my facebook account. I think what bothers me the most about the whole situation is the image shows a loving naturist family posing for a picture while out walking their dog and someone looks at this type of picture as unwholesome and damaging to the moral fibre. Facebook won’t allow this picture because it contains nudity.

Here is the picture for your opinions. All in the family

People have no issues looking at pictures that in my opinion are rather graphic in nature such as mutilated animals, images that are extremely violent in nature and even ones like the following picture.

Please help me understand why the first image is offensive and damaging to our moral fibre yet the second image is quite alright. Please help change public opinion about what is inappropriate by protesting the insanity and unfairness of Facebook and Google+ Guidelines. Make all of our voices heard and spread this message.


Maurice W. Smith (Moe)
The Simple Naturist

The world we live in

Taken from a friend who will remain nameless unless they choose to make themselves known. Thanks NA

As Americans, we live in an insane world, where you can legally carry and conceal a gun, but risk imprisonment should anyone see your genitals. We live in a world where, under the banner of free speech, YouTube is powerless to censor the hateful Mohammed video, which offended and outraged billions of Muslims throughout the world and resulted in the deaths of many innocents, but the same First Amendment cannot tolerate the obscenity of the body we were all born into; we live in a world where children entertain fantasies of killing innocents in video games, but the sight of a nipple is unacceptable and psychologically damaging; we live in a world where a church group can rally at a gay soldier’s funeral carrying signs with “God Hates Fags”, as the police stands by powerless, but should anyone show up at the same funeral without proper clothing, they would promptly be arrested.

All in the family