Eventbrite removes 'What Is a Woman?' screening for promoting 'hate'
Eventbrite said the screening event was removed because it violated the platform's community guidelines.
Event management website Eventbrite removed a Turning Point USA chapter's screening of the controversial documentary "What Is a Woman?" for allegedly promoting "hate" and "violence," the Western Kentucky University chapter of the conservative nonprofit said.
Turning Point Field Representative Maggie Fuchs posted a photo Wednesday of an email from Eventbrite, claiming the screening event was removed because it violated the platform's community guidelines.
The company said: "We do not permit events, content, or creators that promote or encourage hate, violence, or harassment towards others and/or oneself."
"What Is a Woman?" is a documentary presented by conservative commentator Matt Walsh, exploring transgender issues.
The screening, scheduled for Sept. 13 at West Kentucky University, will still happen, the Western Kentucky University Turning Point chapter confirmed.
"Let's show Eventbrite that their censorship will not stop us," the organization wrote.
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