“makes curatorial decisions in what to amplify to construct a harmful narrative about queer people”
All Libs of TikTok does is share videos and social media postings that other people have posted themselves.
Campus Reform reports:
Professor’s op-ed accuses Libs of TikTok of ‘generating anti-LGBTQ hate’
A recent op-ed claims that the Twitter account Libs of TikTok is “a hate account” for its portrayal of the LGBTQ community.
Brooklyn real estate agent Chaya Raichik, Libs of TikTok’s owner, operated the account anonymously until The Washington Post revealed her name in April 2022, according to the New York Post.
Raichik credits her videos, the New York Post reported, with the firing of “a dozen teachers,” canceling drag shows, and inspiring Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill, which “prohibit[s] classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity” from kindergarten to the third grade.
“Though the videos are already in the public domain, Raichik makes curatorial decisions in what to amplify to construct a harmful narrative about queer people—namely, that a cabal of queer activists and educators are sexualizing young people and indoctrinating them into a queer ideology,” Graham wrote in his op-ed.
“Raichick [sic] makes decisions about what to repost and—even more importantly—how to frame those reposted videos to construct that narrative.”
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