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The co-founder of a Virginia-based concerned parent organization is allegedly barred from posting on Facebook for three days after reposting a meme about raising young boys, according to a review conducted by the Daily Caller.
Erin Roselle Poe is the co-founder and Vice President of “Army of Parents,” a concerned parent organization designed to fight woke indoctrination in Loudoun County Public Schools. Roselle Poe told the Daily Caller that she posted a meme about raising young boys last year.
The article goes on to state the following:
The meme reads, “Raising boys is not for the faint hearted.” Six pictures are featured, including young boys climbing fences, sitting in mud, and jumping into a lake.
On March 18 Roselle Poe was allegedly suspended by Facebook for posting a meme that appeared in her memories. The mother was not able to use her account for three days.
Poe told the Daily Caller that she was also unable to participate in groups for 45 days.
The mother believes her post was targeted because it affirmed there are only two genders. She went on to say, “This is just another example of the leftist agenda to erase gender stereotypes in our society where boys are boys and girls are girls.”
Meta did not respond to the Daily Caller with a comment.
— #ArmyOfParents (@ArmyOfParents) May 21, 2022
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