A pro-life organization is calling out YouTube for censoring its content.
YouTube reportedly suspended Abortion Pill Reversal's account citing its policy on "harmful or dangerous content," explaining that it "doesn't allow content that encourages or promotes violent or dangerous acts that have an inherent risk of serious physical harm or death."
Examples of videos that violate this policy are videos about "instructional bomb making, choking games, hard drug use, or other acts where serious injury may result."
Mallory Quigley of the Susan B. Anthony List says there was nothing graphic or objectionable in the content from Abortion Pill Reversal.
"We are calling on You Tube to stop censoring life-saving information for women who may want to reverse abortions after they've taken the first pill during a chemical abortion," says Quigley. "This is a legitimate medical protocol that has saved hundreds of babies' lives, and saved hundreds of women from experiencing the regret and physical suffering that comes with abortion."
She goes on to suggest it's "ridiculous" that video was taken down and says it's clearly a case of censorship to do so.
This is not the first time that the pro-life movement has experienced censorship. Quigley says it's happened on social media platforms such as Twitter, when the social media platform wouldn't allow tweets to be promoted.
"And the whole point of these campaigns is you talk to people outside the realm, you reach people outside of your typical audience," she explains. "We're trying to change hearts and minds here in the pro-life movement, so we need to be able to have our message shared, especially if Planned Parenthood is doing ad spends on getting their message out, which is one of death and destruction."
Meanwhile, SBA List encourages the pro-life community to bring awareness to the existence of abortion pill reversal and the website AbortionPillReversal.com.