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My account has been placed on a ** hour "time out" because I used the word "****" in a reply to someone. I then see that I broke the rule about attacking a gender*race*religion*etc. *Well, I BEG TO DIFFER! *There is nothing about the slang*swear version of that word that specifies gender*race*religion*etc. It's simply a swear word, used to show emphasis. If swearing itself is against the rules, then you've got a lot of ******' work to do, banning half of your customer's accounts. **I always swear when I speak, and I swear when I Tweet. I've been on Twitter over a decade now, and this is the first time I've had this happen, for something I've done repeatedly in the last ten years. **I feel the only reason I was reported was because someone couldn't handle me having my own opinion, based on reality. They're all allowed to use the same language with no repercussions at all. Including the racism I have to see on Twitter every single day. But you ban me for ** hours because of a swear word. **Priorities. **I used to respect Twitter, too. You used to be a place to go for truly free speech. **And now, I'll have to walk on eggshells here, too? **Gotta love this *metoo manhunt mentality bandwagon. Men are constantly being picked on by companies these days. This isn't the first example of biased punishment by a large company.
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