I have a nudist Twitter page. It has become popular with fellow nudist: 11,100 followers. It is an upbeat, family friendly page that promotes social nudity. In good faith, and mindful of Twitter’s policy guidelines, I have invested a lot of time meeting new people and having fun. Twitter, out of the blue, has suspended it. No warning, no notification, no explanation. I have no idea what I did to get suspended and it’s a little frightening.
Along with hundreds of nudists, I also follow news outlets and political commentators, both conservative and liberal. I love hearing all points-of-view and enjoy keeping up with what’s going on in the world as I exchange thoughts with fellow nudists. I largely keep my political opinions to myself to avoid offending those who might disagree. The site is by far mostly for nudists.
I have contacted Twitter by email to see if I can get an explanation and hopefully get offered a way to restore the site. If successful, I don’t know if my followers or the ones I follow will be restored. If not it will be like starting over. I may instead simply close the account and warn nudists to be careful on this website. I’m glad Twitter is not the government or I might have gotten a knock on the door and taken away in the middle of the night.