Tex Hollywood - November 2, 2020
Her name is Sophie and she's the kind of instagram girl who has her previous account total followers listed on her new account because clearly facebook/instagram deleted her old account because she's that naughty. So her 40k followers today should not impact that fact she had 115k followers before, even if she was only able to retain 40k of her followers and the other 75k don't know what they're missing out on.
You can see her work for yourself HERE and you'll get a sense of why Instagram deleted her, but in her defence, instagram is biased. Celebrities post racier content daily and it's ok. Some influencers and models post racier content daily and it's ok. Some push their only fans which could be seen as sexual solicitation, but it's ok, while others post a bare booty and it's against the terms and conditions.
I know you hear a lot about censorship on the platforms, then there's the argument that they are private companies and don't need to honor Freedom of Speech rights, which I can understand from the perspective of they are private companies. If I have a store, I should be allowed to kick whoever I want out for whatever reason. The issue is that they've integrated themselves into the fabric of our lives. Meaning, if TWITTER is as influential as it is and it can decide the narrative, which is its right as a private company, it ignores the fact that they are so big that they are a vehicle of communication and self expression, a platform for people to share their thoughts, and once they start censoring, it's a slippery slop of moral police, one that has proven to be VERY inconsistent based on people that get censored vs those who don't.
This past week one of our IG STORIES on INSTAEGOTASTIC was deleted for "sexually inappropriate" content, when it was a story that we pulled off instagram of Alexis Ren's new hair color.
SO...they come at as from every angle and apparently Sophie's been a victim of that, but at least we've got her here in photoshoot!