For too long Twitter has refused to proactively monitor its website to remove pornographic content, or prostitution accounts. But now there is something you can do about it! Share the below graphics with the hashtag #CleanUpTwitter across all social media platforms in order to send the message that consumers want a safe, non-exploitive, online environment.
FAQ: Should We Still Share These Graphics and Articles on Twitter?
Here at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, it’s rare for us to call for a complete boycott of a product or social media platform. Instead, we focus on raising awareness and changing corporate policies. Twitter is one of many platforms you can use to raise awareness about the company’s shortcomings.
You can also email Twitter executives to demand they help stop sexual exploitation on their platform here: