Freyja is initiating a new era for social media platforms, moderation practices, and user protection. Its sophisticated moderation and safety system is ground-breaking and allows it to offer a voice to a marginalized group of creators.
Educators, charities, and brands, who offer important sex-education and awareness, don’t have a platform to promote their cause. Mainstream social media censors any mention of sensitive topics, such as sex, and ban creators without warning. As a result, the human right of sexual education is being denied, which is particularly problematic when women’s sexual rights are being stripped away repeatedly.
Charities that focus on reducing revenge porn and image based sexual abuse find themselves censored, or banned for talking about their work.
Companies focused on sexual health testing, period products, sex therapy and contraception also find themselves banned or censored
Educators try to improve education and find themselves censored for naming a body part.
Sex workers face the worst discrimination as they are instantly deleted, even when they haven’t posted anything more explict than a bikini photos, whereas a celebrity might post something actually pornographic or link directly to an adult site and not face the same censorship or bans.
Freyja acknowledges this overlap of education and adult entertainment and addresses this by offering a safe environment, where people can find what they are looking for: education or entertainment. Freyja is a social media platform, which does not censor or discriminate. It’s a platform, where individuals, charities, and brands can post about sex-education, their products, and their charity work. Creators can monetize their content with a range of payment options or post content for free, like on any other social media platform.