Meghan Murphy, the founder of the radical feminist blog Feminist Current, has filed a lawsuit against Twitter after the social network blacklisted her in November for stating that men are not women.
Murphy was permanently suspended from Twitter in November after the social network introduced a new rule banning the “misgendering” of transgender people.
In the legal complaint, Murphy’s lawyers noted that Twitter is supposed to give 30 days notice of changes to its terms of service, and highlighted Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s claims that users are not suspended because of their political views.
In a post on Facebook, Murphy detailed how the “first news report on these new rules was published TWENTY MINUTES after” she was banned, and pointed out that the social network “allows porn, as well as accounts that enable sex trafficking, on their platform, but ban women who speak the truth about material reality and challenge the idea that individuals can change sex through self-declaration.”
“She has filed a lawsuit on behalf of everyone who has had their voices silenced by social media censorship.”