[Ed. – In Dorsey World it’s his way or the highway.]
In a widely reported interview last week, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey declared that his company could no longer “afford to take a neutral stance anymore” when it comes to hot button social and political issues. Pressed on why his site seems to laser focus on conservatives while largely ignoring voices on the Left — like radical racist and anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan — Dorsey cited the case of Canadian progressive feminist Megan Murphy, whom his company recently banned after a series of tweets arguing that transwomen are not women.
On Monday, Murphy filed a lawsuit against Dorsey’s company for banning her from the platform.
“Men are not women,” Murphy tweeted before being permanently banned from Twitter in November. “How are transwomen not men? What is the difference between men and transwomen?” When Murphy referred to a transgender activist using biologically correct pronouns, her account was permanently locked in November.
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The company’s rationale for banning Murphy: She had allegedly violated its “hateful-conduct” rules, which “prohibit targeting individuals with repeated slurs, tropes or other content that intends to dehumanize, degrade or reinforce negative or harmful stereotypes about a protected category.”…