‘Sex And the City’ Writer Was Censored By Instagram For Talking About Sex.
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The author behind the Sex and the City novels, Candace Bushnell, revealed that she was banned from promoting her new book on Instagram because it discussed too much sex.
The author’s new book, Is There Still Sex in the City? is out next month. She’d recently posted a video describing the trend of “cubs” (i.w. cute young men who date middle-aged women). However, when she tried to pay to promote the video as an Instagram ad, she was hit with a notice that it breached the service’s guidelines on explicit content.
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The modern day “Bitch, don’t kill my vibe”. But hey some certain social media companies just don’t get the message. So one more time for the people from inst*cough*agram in the back.
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The upcoming visual novel from iMel, Raspberry Cube, is censored on PS4. The game's CG sequences will be uncensored on the Nintendo Switch, which is why the Switch version received a higher CERO rating than the PS4 version.
NintendoSoup picked up the news from the Japanese website Switchsoku, where they spotted the rating differences via iMel's official product listing. #Censorship#iMelInc#NintendoSwitch#PS4#RaspberryCube #VisualNovel