Would you join a 'sin free' Facebook?
Recently, a group of Evangelical Christians based in Brazil were fed up with Facebook's "sinful" ways. In reaction to posts involving cursing and inappropriate pictures, the religious group created Facegloria -- the alternative to the popular social media site.
But there's a catch.
Currently, there are 600 words which are forbidden on the site in addition to a ban on erotic and gay content. Web designer Atilla Barros notes to AFP, "On Facebook you see a lot of violence and pornography. That's why we thought of creating a network where we could talk about God, love and to spread His word."
Barros, along with his three co-creators took inspiration for the platform from mainstay Facebook features; there is an "Amen" button in place of "likes", for starters.
This isn't the first time a religious social network has gained mass appeal. In 2013, Ummaland, a social network for Muslims, garnered 329,000 members.
Since its release last month, Facegloria has attracted over 100,000 members and continues to grow. The team behind the site is quick to note that although the site is currently only available in Portuguese, they have their eyes on global expansion.
Their ultimate goal is to reach millions of users on across the world. In an effort to do so, the group has recently bought the domain in English in addition to a number of other languages and plans to roll out a mobile app later this year.
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