Twitter’s Ad Network Is Waging a War Against Anatomy

The Vagina Bible writer took to the platform after her ad was rejected

The company's most salacious brand safety scandal to date is, in many ways, the most infuriating. Illustration: Dianna McDougall

Twitter has let media buyers promote iffy content, including state-sponsored propaganda, overt white supremacy and obvious scams, in the past, but clinical references to women’s bodies apparently won’t get through.

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@swodinsky shoshana.wodinsky@adweek.com Shoshana Wodinsky is Adweek's platforms reporter, where she covers the financial and societal impacts of major social networks. She was previously a tech reporter for The Verge and NBC News.
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