Instagram Suspends Libs of TikTok’s Account For Guidelines Violations

"TikTok" by Solen Feyissa

Libs of TikTok, an Instagram account that rose to fame, has been removed from the social media platform for “violating their community guidelines.”

The account is facing a 30-day deadline to appeal the decision before it is disabled permanently. However, this isn’t their first rodeo with censorship on social media.

Libs of TikTok faced Twitter suspension numerous times in the past, most recently for 12 hours for violating the platform’s rules against hateful conduct.

“TikTok” by Solen Feyissa

The left won’t even let us have a good laugh anymore

Apparently, the account’s posts, which were nothing more than reposts of radical-left activist videos from TikTok, violated Twitter’s rules against violence, threats, and harassment.

These are on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, and many more checkboxes put in place just to please the cancel culture crowd.

The account’s last tweet was a video of a woman complaining about parents against teachers instructing children on the topics of sexual orientation and gender identity.

The post claimed the practice only exists so these people can groom and indoctrinate your children far from your influence.

Last month was quite turbulent for the account. It came under fire from Washington Post reporter Taylor Lorenz, who claimed Libs of TikTok to be shaping right-wing media and pushing for anti-LGBTQ legislation.

However, the woman behind the account, who wishes to remain unnamed, received dozens of death threats from leftists for the content she posts.

This is really putting into perspective the violent nature of these “endangered” groups of people.

TikTok partners with LGBTQ organizations

TikTok, the Chinese social media platform, dubbed by former President Trump as a spy app, is mostly catered to younger generations.

It has seen more traffic than Google in 2021, making it the world’s most visited website.

In fact, the platform has grown to the point where it’s more popular among America’s youth than Instagram and Snapchat.

With that in mind, the sheer amount of LGBTQ agendas and narratives on the platform is worrying.

Transgender “influencers” on the platform amassed tens of millions of views on their videos, with the hashtag “trans” being among the most popular on the platform.

Additionally, it’s been found the platform is partnering with Stonewall, a well-known LGBTQ organization in the US; their partnership is likely to further promote material created by these individuals.

The organization claims young people need to know they’re not alone in their experiences and current exposure to these topics is still at worryingly low levels.

This is ignoring the fact that last month, a teacher was suspended for organizing secretive teacher-student meetings to indoctrinate children into trans ideologies.

A TikTok spokesman kept the company’s happy-go-lucky tone, claiming the company is glad the LGBTQ community embraced the platform as one for self-expression, education, and joy.