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Over the last few days, LGBTQ YouTubers have spoken out about how YouTube’s “Restricted Mode,” a safe-browsing mode used in schools and workplaces, is hiding their videos. In a blog post yesterday, YouTube apologized, explaining that the “feature isn’t working the way it should,” and will be fixed.

Senior reporter at Kotaku.

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So many precious snowflakes afraid their children can’t handle being corrupted by the irresistible sight of queer people.

Really, people, you are free to teach about sexuality to your children yourselves, the way you feel is most appropriate, but you can’t stop your children from meeting queer people and wondering about in which ways they’re different. Any kind of censorship towards that is just damaging.