It started as a secret, female-only community on Facebook. Bad Girls Advice or BGA had more than 200,000 members and chit-chatted about graphic sexual content and other bad girl stuff, like violence toward men!
BGA has been banned after numerous complaints were made against the group, but then it became live again on Facebook.
This group continues to create lots of buzz. There were more complaints when the group defended a young woman engaging in bestiality regularly with her dog. Oy vey! Others in the group even berated those who complained and called them kink shamers.
This is how Facebook now deals with this buzzworthy group:
“A group will only be removed where the majority of the posts in the group violate our Community Standards. If only a small number of posts in a group violate our policies, then those specific posts will be removed and not the entire group,” a Facebook spokeswoman explained.
So, where did this Bad Girls Advice group begin? It was started by a Brisbane, Australia mom (named Queen Amy) and her two friends. The women touted the group as a safehaven for women to voice their opinions and even encourages members to go wild – express themselves. Of course, you have to be a certain age to join and paedophilia is not permitted. Other than that, the doors are wide open. You may see nudity and illegal stuff, so if you are keen to join, please beware.
This is best summarized by Rule 6 of the ’10 Bad Girls Commandments’ posted by Amy, the group leader.
“If you don’t want to see nudity, illegal shit, and brutal language, remove yourself from the group, vanilla princess.”
The group has a new home. The group and its 200,000 members established a new exclusive group on MeWe — a social media network. But, this time, its harder to join. You will be asked questions and post your picture. This move away from Facebook allows the group to steer clear of Facebook’s stringent rules on postings, and the group is free to post what they like.
Recent news is that the leader of the pack shut down Bad Girls Advice. Who knows if that is true and where the group will house their crude and crazy rants.
Would you join this scandalous group? You would need to have tough skin and be open to basically everything sexually and beyond. Some women feel it’s a safe place to completely express themselves without any judgement. For others, well… not so much.