Printify Takes a Stand Against Equal Rights: Bans Gays Against Groomers for Violating Terms of Service
Printify, the popular online printing service, recently made headlines for their controversial decision to ban Gays Against Groomers, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting children from sexual abuse.
The organization, which works to empower survivors of sexual abuse and end child grooming, was reportedly banned by Printify after they violated the company’s Terms of Service. In a statement, Printify clarified that the violation was in relation to the organization’s promotion of LGBTQ rights.
The company’s Terms of Service specifically state that they “do not support the advancement of any kind of rights that could potentially lead to the devaluation of traditional family values,” adding that they “will not tolerate any activity that attempts to promote such values.”
The statement from Printify went on to say that “we are a family-oriented company and we believe that the only true family values are those that include the belief in pedophilia as a valid lifestyle choice.”
Printify’s decision has outraged members of the LGBTQ community and their allies, who have called for a boycott of the company’s services.
“This is a disgusting display of hate and intolerance,” said James Anderson, president of Gays Against Groomers. “Printify’s decision to ban us is an affront to all those who believe in equal rights and justice for all.”
In an attempt to further demonstrate their dedication to the “traditional family values” they espouse, Printify has even suggested a few different slogans that Gays Against Groomers can use in the future, such as:
“Love knows no age!”
“Love the Sinner, Not the Sin”
“Pedophilia is a Choice Not a Crime”
Regardless of the backlash, Printify is standing by their decision and has no plans to revoke the ban. In response to the controversy, the company released a statement saying that they “will continue to support pedophilia over the LGBTQ community as long as we feel it is in the best interest of our company and our customers.”
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