Published On: Tue, Jan 8th, 2019

Random: Facebook Rejects GRIS Advertisement For Suggestive Scene

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Last month, we ran a story about a amicable media height Facebook rejecting a Super Meat Boy ad depicting Meat Boy and Bandage Girl with their butts on display. At a time, Facebook pronounced a animation picture was intimately explicit.

While it seemed utterly waggish for all a wrong reasons, somehow, a amicable media hulk has managed to surpass itself. Facebook has now deserted a launch trailer ad for GRIS – a standout indie pretension by Nomada Studio expelled late in 2018. Facebook pronounced a shave contained “sexually suggestive” imagery. In a scene, there is a statue of a lady and her physique is vaporous by blue shadows. There’s clearly no nakedness and a prominence of a physique stays like this via a video. Here’s a chatter by Devolver Digital arrangement a deserted scene:

Unsurprisingly, Devolver Digital is not happy about this. Speaking to Polygon, a deputy of a publisher pronounced it was a “really stupid” decision. Devolver Digital even attempted to interest it:

“We appealed and [Facebook] pronounced a interest was deserted formed on a drift that Facebook does not concede nudity. First of all, she’s a statue and second, positively no nakedness is shown in that photo, nor is this what any reasonable chairman would cruise ‘sexualized content.”

The deputy during Devolver Digital pronounced sculptures depicting bare group and women were accessible by open searches on Facebook. However, as remarkable by Polygon, a platform’s village standards concede this form of art depicting bare figures. Another indicate done within a discipline is how “the arrangement of passionate activity also request to digitally combined calm unless it is posted for educational, humorous, or satirical purposes.” Based on a stage above, we’re still not certain how Facebook could have come to this decision.

What do we think? Has Facebook strictly mislaid a plot? Do we find a above stage from GRIS to be suggestive? Tell us below.

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