On Facebook's diversity page, the company celebrates their gay users, proclaiming "we want you to feel comfortable being your true, authentic self." Mark Zuckerberg himself has shown up to San Francisco's Pride Parade, riding in a faux cable car down Market Street. However, when it comes to political donations, Facebook has no problem giving $10,000 to a man described as "the face legal opposition to marriage equality in America."
Pinterest, the aspirational, consumer-oriented social network that was quickly adopted by Midwestern moms and Mormons, is facing the same vile problem as other almost every other platform before it. Utah's Internet Crimes Against Children task force is currently investigating "12 separate cases of users posting child pornography on Pinterest boards," according to the Deseret News.