Facebook Temporarily Suspends Woman Over Falsely Flagged Photos Opposing Men in Women’s Restrooms

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By Heather Clark |christiannews.net

Merritt-Post-compressed-701x467LAKEWOOD, WASHINGTON — The popular social media site Facebook temporarily suspended a woman whose viral photographs regarding “gender identity” were falsely flagged for nudity.

Kristi Merritt of Lakewood, Washington had posted several photographs to Facebook on April 12 in which she dressed up as various characters, such as a football player, a pirate and a Mexican.

“Does this make me Russell Wilson?” read a sign that she held in her hand in the football photograph.

“Does this make me a pirate?” read a sign she held while dressed as a pirate.

Then how can this make a man into a woman?” read a sign next to a dress and high heels.

“A man in women’s clothes does not make him a woman. Men should not get to be in our bathrooms or lockers!” Merritt wrote for her status. “‪#‎JustWantPrivacy‬ ‪#‎BeBold‬”

The post went viral, generating over 67,000 likes and 114,000 shares. It also generated discussion from both sides, as some applauded her and others called her post hateful. (Click here to read more)

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