IN the aftermath of the rainbow profile picture movement on social media, a group of Brazilian Evangelicals have launched their own “sin-free” version of Facebook that is founded on love and acceptance – unless you’re gay.

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Since “FaceGloria” was launched it has attracted more than 100,000 users in the first month.

In place of “likes”, as on Facebook, there are “amens”, and any violent or erotic content is banned.

There are 600 words which are forbidden on the site, and allows no swearing or erotic content.

In addition, any photos or videos of anything related to homosexuality is strictly prohibited.

The site’s founders expect it to become Brazil’s number one social networking site, and have stated they will take on Twitter and Facebook around the world after buying the English domains for FaceGloria.

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