If you find posts on Facebook offensive and rather unholy, consider its squeaky-clean clone geared for God-fearing Christians. Faceglória prohibits over 600 words, content deemed to be erotic or violent, as well as references to homosexuality.
Users of the site click ‘Amen’, instead of ‘Like’, to show their appreciation of “sin-free” posts. The Brazilian-based site, which has attracted 150,000 members since its launch last month, has the country’s burgeoning Evangelical Christian community as its target audience. Metro spoke to the site’s co-founder Acir Filló and web designer Atilla Barros, from the city of Ferraz de Vasconcelos in Brazil, on the appeal of an immaculate social network.