On Wednesday, the platform did, however, temporarily remove a post advocating for Holocaust education from the Anne Frank Center. How do we counter ignorance about the Holocaust with knowledge, compassion, and understanding? The post, which Facebook later restored, included a photo of Jewish children, stripped of their clothes, at a concentration camp.
CNN Money — Facebook clarified exactly what you're not allowed to post on the platform, and the list is super-long and specific. It includes obvious bans like copyright and trademark infringement, credible threats of violence, and sexual exploitation. But it also sheds new light on how Facebook regulates "gray area" posts.
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Your little one's wearing an outfit one minute and then stripping down the next minute. Learn why your little one likes to go nude, and what to do about it. When it comes to making a lightning-fast escape, your toddler is probably a mini Houdini. One minute she has on that super-cute yellow dress Grandma bought her; the next minute she's streaking through the house wearing nothing more than a smile.
The mum concluded her post by asking if six was too old for her son to see her naked and whether she was being unreasonable to think it was fine. And parents were quick to offer their own opinions on the tricky topic. Oldest is 12 and shows no signs of being uncomfortable.
Some parents believe in keeping nudity as a normal part of family life so kids become comfortable with their bodies. Others feel things should be covered up as soon as kids are walking. We asked moms, dads, and medical experts for their take.
TikTok, based in Los Angeles, merged with Musical. The Musical. Beyond letting users create and share videos, the app also allowed users to interact with other users by commenting on their videos and sending direct messages.
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Kelly Wallace, CNN. Kelly Wallace is CNN's digital correspondent and editor-at-large covering family, career and life. She is a mom of two girls.
Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. What deadly affront would cause a group of conservative booksellers — and a rather attractive golden retriever — to protest by doffing their duds to pose in the buff? Everyone get naked! Many institutions and individuals have roles in gatekeeping what is appropriate — or not — for children to read.