Facebook Hate Group ‘Heterosexual Awareness Month’ Pushes ‘Children’s Book’ About Killing Gays


The "Heterosexual Awareness Month" group on Facebook (which has been around for more than a year) is pushing a post that jokes about killing gays.

Writes James Troia: "I reported this to Facebook several times, and Facebook has ZERO ISSUE with it. I think we need to do some mass reporting."

UPDATE: Looks as though the page has been taken down.


  1. FaceHook says

    Facebook not caring about anti-gay groups is as old as facebook itself. I haven’t been on that S*** application for years, but I remember all the “I’m allergic to Gays” groups and others like it. I spent too much time reporting these groups to facebook and NONE were taken down.

  2. northalabama says

    don’t report the post – it’s disgusting, so let it live on as another example of what we’re fighting.

    i want to see it on ac360, nightly news…

  3. andrew says

    I think that groups like “Heterosexual Awareness Month” actually advance the cause of equality for LGBT people. They show average Americans how ugly Hate is. Interestingly they show Mommy sitting in the back seat, just where these Neanderthal haters want her.

  4. Quicksilver says

    Stupid breeders and their children. Those kids should be in the backseat in child safety restraints. Then they should all be driving off a cliff. No one would call it a joke if they want to march Jews off to ovens. But it is okay to jest about vehicular homocide?

  5. Philip says

    Less than two minutes after reporting the photo, Facebook told me there was nothing wrong with the post. I’m getting so sick of this website (Facebook). It’s nothing new. For instance, Facebook will remove artistic nude photos of men and women, but leave blatantly pornographic photos of women only untouched. I think they outsourced the department of grievances to repressed hetero-morons in the Middle East.

  6. crispy says

    I can’t believe there are people on here who think that actual human beings read and respond to complaints on a site that has 1.1 billion users.

    It’s an algorithm, people. The complaints have to reach a threshold or ratio for an automated action to occur. Mark Zuckerburg is not sitting at his desk deciding which groups stay or go.

  7. JJ says

    This looks like satire to me. Does anyone know anything about the group? Are all their posts this over-the-top? (I’m not on Facebook, so I can’t check for myself.)

  8. Randy says

    Facebook is very selective and arbitrary in which posts it allows, and which it removes.

    Valid rights groups see their pages disappear, while hate groups like this persist for years.

    I don’t use Facebook when I have any choice.

  9. mokeygray says

    I reported the page to Facebook and they stated: “Thank you for taking the time to report something that you feel may violate our Community Standards. Reports like yours are an important part of making Facebook a safe and welcoming environment. We reviewed the page you reported for containing hate speech or symbols and found it doesn’t violate our Community Standards.” WOW and I say WOW really!!!!!!

  10. says

    The only page I find for Heterosexual Awareness Month is this:

    The offending post appears nowhere there and the page has only 293 Likes, so I assume it’s not the one referenced here. The other one seems to be gone.

    And when you get responses when you report things on Facebook that seem automated, that’s because they are. “We reviewed the page you reported” should be interpreted very loosely.

  11. Charlie says

    @Ernie – I think the other group is heteroawarenessmonth1. I don’t have a Facebook account so I can’t check it, however, since it requires you to be logged in to see it.

    But the link to the James Troia item says that the content is currently unavailable. I guess someone at Facebook is taking stuff down.

  12. Tim says

    Heterosexual Awareness Month didn’t post that. You’re making sh!t up. It’s sad that’s the best you can do. And it doesn’t help your case. And you wonder why people don’t take you seriously.

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