I have spent considerably more time on Twitter than I ever intended to, mostly for the sake of the many eminently reasonable, good and decent people who, unfortunately, only use that particular platform to speak.
It seems those days have ended. On a thread regarding a drag queen bragging about his performance being useful to recruit young children for sexual exploitation, I dared declare that child exploitation deserves capital punishment. Were I to make the decision, it would be publicly executed.
Calling for this reasonable change to the law was considered, by the defenders of child exploitation at Twitter, a “violation”.
I consider this an admission that Twitter is a committed defender of child abusers.