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At least two people, however, disagree — the sailor and the woman, who was actually a dental assistant, in Alfred Eisenstaedt's famous Life magazine photo. Naval Institute — called the moment an act of unbridled celebration. She posted a follow-up Oct.
The social media giant also blocked two other cards by the same artist decorated with seasonal paintings of a stag and a squirrel. Writing on Facebook, artist Jackie Charley said: "Hilariously, Facebook has blocked my Christmas cards from becoming a product in my shop due to their shameful, sexual nature! She then quoted a message she received from the company after she tried to list her cards on the site's shopping feature.
The artist was stunned when her original artworks of a robin, squirrel and deer were branded 'sexual' content by the social media giant. Facebook has blocked the sale of three Christmas cards featuring painted woodland creatures because they contained "sexual" and "adult content". Artist Jackie Charley, 52, tried to upload the festive greetings card designs including a red robin, a squirrel and a stag to her online shop on the social media website last month.
Our columnist Lucy Jones argues that the bizarre monologue the actor released just before Christmas was a jaw-dropping act of hubris from a man still oozing entitlement. It was the first peep from the disgraced actor and director in over a year since he vanished from public and professional life amid allegations of unwanted sexual advances and indecent assault — and was a jaw-dropping act of nerve, or hubristic entitlement. He appears as Frank Underwood, the character he played in House of Cards before he was sacked and killed off by Netflix in late As allegations mounted, he has been, effectively, killed off by Hollywood, hiding, according to reports, in the Cook Islands or the south of France.
An artist from Hawick was baffled when her painting of a robin redbreast was banned from the Facebank social media site for being too sexual. Jackie Charley, 52, repeatedly failed to upload the images of the charming bird which feature on packs of seasonal greeting cards she was hoping to sell. Jackie is completely mystified at the decision and has repeatedly asked Facebook for an explanation, without success.