In one of the posts here in Publish0x, the poster noted the censorship of Twitter with an upcoming pro-life movie, UNPLANNED. I did a quick research and realized that this is based on a true story, that this happened in the US, I know that abortion is legal in some areas of the US and in some countries as well but aside from the idea that abortion is actually an act of killing an unborn child, a baby - alive and has a heartbeat, has a soul. It is also the idea of censoring a not so popular opinion. When society insists on the rights of the woman to remove an unwanted pregnancy, on the rights of the woman to make a choice of whether to keep the baby or not, we tend to gravitate towards it being "okay" because it is being shouted on the top of so many people's lungs that we are neglecting the right of the baby inside the womb. We insist that it is not a human being as of yet, because it is still in the womb, because it is small and cannot fight for itself. It has become all about the woman and not about the baby. So when someone shouts at the top of their lungs that it is the woman's right, it became popular and so if an opinion contrary to the popular happens, censorship occurs. That is sad, because it tramples two ways. One is the right of the baby to live - because it is promoting abortion. and the right to one's freedom to air an opinion. It means that are being required to choose the popular opinion because an opinion contrary will be opposed or blocked or censored out of the media (if that's the right term) because it doesn't conform. That is sad in so many ways.
I think the post was unbanned (again, if that's the right term) they said that is was just a mistake, a glitch, but I believe we all know better but they have been swayed because of the reaction of a lot of people. Shall we say that, the damage has been done and everyone is made aware of where their opinions lie.