Teens
Teens

Facebook Pages ‘Bikini Jailbait’ and 'I Hate Teen Moms' Cause Outrage

| by Michael Allen

Two controversial Facebook pages focused on teens have met with outrage, but continue to stay on the popular social media site (video below), reports the Daily Mail.

A page called ‘Bikini Jailbait’ has numerous graphic pictures of apparent under-aged young women in various states of undress such as bikinis, bras and underwear.

While technically it is not child pornography, the site borders on child porn. It is not known who created the leering Facebook page or why Facebook has not taken it down.

Facebook states on its community page: "If you see something that is inappropriate or makes you uncomfortable, speak up and let us know. We take reports from our community very seriously, and work hard to respond quickly."

Facebook did not respond to an interview request by the Daily Mail.

Another controversial Facebook page called 'I Hate Teen Moms' has more than 26,000 'likes,' but many critics say that it is cyber-bullying.

'I Hate Teen Moms' claims that the page is against kids having kids. Many posts on the page call teenage moms "sluts" and a "burden on society."

Facebook officials have responded to complaints by claiming that the page is a "mirror of the diversity of people using the site" and "gives people around the world the power to publish their own stories."

Facebook also states: "We understand that you may not like the reported content. To balance the needs and interests of a global population, Facebook protects expression that meets our Community Standards."