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Facebook has apologised after refusing to run an advert featuring plus-sized model Tess Holliday wearing a bikini. The social network told the BBC it had made a mistake and has now approved the image. Australian feminist group Cherchez La Femme had ...
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Facebook has apologized to an Australian feminist group after blocking an advertisement featuring plus-sized model Tess Holliday in a bikini. The social network had told the group, called Cherchez La Femme, that the image was rejected because ...
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