Collective Shout works with social media platforms in mass child sex abuse doll take down
Update: 70 accounts now gone from Twitter.
We are celebrating a big win with more child sex abuse doll promoters being removed from the platform. Collective Shout have been instrumental in bringing these accounts to the attention of Twitter heads who then have fast tracked the process of suspending the accounts.
Please DM me with a few of the user handles.— Ella Irwin (@ellagirwin) April 7, 2023
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