As someone who works in social media and cyber security, I suspect not censorship, but a safety protocol got triggered.
Reported content gets reviewed by actual people and it can be days before it’s reviewed. If many reports are submitted within short period linking to one hashtag it could be something very sinister, especially if the reports are for graphic violence or death.
You know how mass shootings and violence have been live streamed on FB? No chances are taken for it to happen again. Algorithms and AI detect and block anything receiving multiple instances of serious category reporting immediately and flag them for urgent review by staff.
People have obviously reported some #Sikh content. It could be a group of anti sikh trolls reporting multiple posts - trying to suppress our voices, again! Of course they failed, #Sikh became visible again rather quickly
This is shocking news
In a shocking act of censorship, social networking sites Facebook and Instagram have blocked the #Sikh hashtag on their platforms, while Sikhs worldwide commemorate the atrocities committed against Sikhs in India in June 1984.
Read more: https://t.co/dXD2YtnKUb
They kind of self adjust as they reach full length. The initial growing stage is the most difficult. Try to avoid icecream in public, that's about it. Other thing is mentality. We condition ourselves into believing that getting some food on the hair is some sort of abomination, mostly due to societal pressure. Just take it in stride with confidenc. F the cowwokers opinion. It's just part and parcel of a lions eating.
Thnks for sharing this. Really needs serious reflection. The singh focuses in on the plight of shaheed families. He makes a good point that the kaum should have raised the families, especially the children, to great heights, showing our own future generations and others how much we value them. If someone's willing down their life, the least the rest of non-combatants can do is support their kin. Imagine the next generation of shaheed's children reaching heights financially, and education wise, a true inspiration for our future. Instead, we show that apart from the few high profile families, the rest are left to suffer financially, socially, and physiologically. All we've done for the most part is invite them for the odd siropa, or treat them like beggars by taking pics while doling out chump change.
Now that m working from home since a couple of months due to covid, I guess I lazed myself into letting my beard and mustaches grow . I think it's been a month since I trimmed them.
I am interested in keeping uncut facial hair and hope to walk on marg of sikhi better but the problem is my mustaches keep coming in between whenever I try to eat. Beard is not much of a problem but still gravy part sometimes fall into it. And I noticed trimmed facial hair is much easier to manage than uncut one. Now my mustaches almost curl on top of my upper lip and every time I eat I have to reset them by brisking them with my fingers.
Edit : I know I can use "fixo" as traditionally used, but still I don't want that face that's even hard to smile because of stiffness that fixo brings with it. Is there anyway to set mustaches sideways