Evangelical Christians in Brazil are seeing early popular success with an alternative to Facebook, bearing the delightfully Brazilian name of Faceglória. According to an article in TIME,
Faceglória prohibits content that is profane, violent, erotic or features gay couples. More than 600 terms are banned from use on the site, and more than 20 volunteers at a time patrol the site for content that violates the rules.
The network's founder says,
On Facebook there is a lot of violence and pornography, so thought we’d found a network where we could talk about God, love, and share your word.
The Daily Mail offers a reflexively contemptuous response, describing the site as a "squeaky...READ MORE