IS SILENCING EXTREME VOICES A SLIPPERY SLOPE? Facebook has banned Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones and other extremists, saying they violated its ban against hate and violence — the co-hosts discuss if it’s a violation of the first amendment. https://t.co/kVOiggCk5r pic.twitter.com/PAOTgAcXrx— The View (@TheView) May 3, 2019
Facebook has banned controversial figures like Alex Jones and Milo Yiannopoulos. Joy wants to know if this is violating their First Amendment rights, which Sunny says doesn't apply because Facebook is a private company. However, Sunny says she's uncomfortable with the idea that Facebook and other social media platforms can regulate speech because it can be a slippery slope. Ana says she has no reservations about the bans. Abby thinks the problems caused by social media, like bullying, is bigger than just a few voices. Meghan is concerned about the radicalization of homegrown terrorists.
WHEN TO HAVE THE SEX TALK? One mom shared her concerns that her son would have sex on a beach trip — the co-hosts weigh in on when they think parents should have the “birds and bees” convo. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/e7gJcnWkd6— The View (@TheView) May 3, 2019
Joy says she was a "technical virgin" prior to getting married. She says she never talked to her daughter about sex. Abby got the sex talk from her mom when she was in 5th or 6th grade. Sunny's mom gave her a book. Meghan learned about sex from a friend in middle school.
How often do you check your phone a day? @ABC’s @DianeSawyer spent six months finding out just how much we’re glued to our phones and tablets in her new special #ScreenTime — and she tells us how it's affecting our families.— The View (@TheView) May 3, 2019
Watch tonight at 8/7c on @ABCNetwork. pic.twitter.com/IXcziYrNd3
Diane Sawyer is promoting her new ABC special, ScreenTime, where she spent six months traveling the country to investigate how screen time is affecting us. She urges families to rethink their technology consumption.
.@RebelWilson shares how she used her law degree to lobby her new movie from an R rating to PG-13: “I had to represent the film in front of a jury, it’s very difficult to overturn your rating.”— The View (@TheView) May 3, 2019
“The jury took less than 5 minutes to deliberate and declared me the winner!” pic.twitter.com/HHRI8AuS3S
Rebel Wilson received a law degree from one of Australia's top schools. She lobbied to get a PG-13 rating for her new movie, The Hustle.
“With the #MeToo movement, everything that’s happening socially — it’s time for women to get back at some of the dirty rotten men that have conned us for decades.”@RebelWilson discusses being apart of ‘The Hustle’, a gender-swapping remake of ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’. pic.twitter.com/LZIAtDotch— The View (@TheView) May 3, 2019
The Hustle is based on Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. With the #MeToo movement, Rebel Wilson thinks it's time for women to get back at all the men who've wronged them. She thinks her movie is empowering.
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