A CONTROVERSIAL women’s Facebook organisation is under review by the social media giant.
Bad Girls Advice is a forum that contains striking passionate discussions, unprotected photos of men and women plainly revelation to committing domestic violence.
Critics have called on the page, which is finished up of some-more than 200,000 people, to be close down.
Under the guise of “dark humour”, members accumulate together to upload images of their partners.
When X-rated pictures of male genitals are posted onto the group, they are grilled by Facebook users who poke fun at all from the shape, distance and bathing of the penis.
As good as this, there are mixed posters who share insinuate information about their prior passionate experience.
One lady joked about a man she was seeing years ago who “sounded like a koala’s mating call” when he ejaculated.
Worryingly, a lot of the calm shared on the organisation also promoted assault against men.
One thread asked members to share the “craziest things (they’d) finished in a fit of rage”.
Disturbingly, one boasted that she’d “chased him with an axe”, while another pronounced she “stabbed them in the c*** with a steel spike file”.
After reading the aroused responses, one lady joked: “Ps. Reading these on ideas for the husband right now”.
Even nonetheless the organisation has captivated a backlash, it’s nonetheless to be close down.
If users are annoyed by the page, the moderators advise them to omit it or get henceforth blocked.
The manners read: “BGA is a organisation designed for a specific audience.
“We wish BGA filled with truly entertaining, shocking, R rated pics/stories, waggish dim humour and descent content.
“If you see something you do not determine with or something that offends you, you have two choices — Ignore it and corkscrew by or get blocked from BGA permanently.”
When one internet user complained to Facebook, they were allegedly told that the organisation didn’t crack the Community Standards guidelines.
The Bad Girls Advice member told news.com.au: “Thanks for your report — you did the right thing by vouchsafing us know about this.
“We looked over the organisation you reported an, and nonetheless it doesn’t go against one of the specific Community Standards, we know the organisation or something shared in it may still be descent or offensive to you.
It added: “We wish to help you see reduction of things like this in the future.
“If you wish us to demeanour at something specific in this or another group, you can report that accurate calm (ex: photo) instead of the whole group.”
It’s not the first time that offensive Facebook groups have been unprotected online.
The Sun recently suggested that trolls collected on a sinister “banter page” to share memes about slavery, rape and abortion.