BF stands in solidarity with the sporting community against online hate and discrimination, with a social media boycott from 3pm April 30th, to midnight on May 3rd.
This weekend, BF will join with the sporting community to boycott social media platforms and call for an end to online abuse and discrimination. BF social media will be silent and closed to direct messaging throughout the boycott.
The #EnoughIsEnough boycott was first initiated by football and has gathered support from athletes, NGBs and sporting organisations who are joining together to urge social media companies to eradicate online abuse.
BF is committed to creating inclusive and welcoming environments for everyone that participates in our sport. We stand in support of all athletes who receive abuse and we join the call to end online discrimination.
If you or someone you know has received online abuse and discrimination, please report it via the social media platform. If you need support, please go to the BF ‘Are You OK?‘ page.
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