17
Jul 2020
As a continuation of our July campaign to combat online Homophobia & Transphobia, this briefing seeks to foster an awareness of the many homophobic messages found on Facebook and Twitter. While examples included in...

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1
Jul 2020
Even during the 2020 celebration of America’s Pride month (June), homophobic content continues to spread across the internet, seeking to intimidate and shame those identifying as LGBTQ+. In addition, an entire counter-Pride movement, known...

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1
Jul 2020
Throughout July 2020, the Online Hate Prevention Institute (OHPI) will be running a campaign to tackle Homophobia & Transphobia. OHPI stands against any homophobic & Transphobic speech expressed online: on social media, on discussion...

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17
Jan 2020
UPDATE: Within a few days of publication of this briefing all three accounts listed below had been closed by Instagram Instagram has been growing rapidly since its launched in October 2010. By late 2014...

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14
Apr 2019
Without limits, freedom of speech can do more harm than good. Some limits are enforced by law, others are a result of the consequences that can occur for stepping outside of societal norms. The...

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