You may have noticed that the Mindful Ecotherapy Center, LLC does not have a Facebook or a Twitter presence. There are multiple reasons for this, but the main reason is that both of those platforms are discriminatory against the LGBTQ+ community, women, and other minorities.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) had this to say about Facebook:

When we spoke on social media about our experience, other LGBTQ people shared similar stories of being censored by Facebook. These are not isolated incidents. In fact, we learned that Facebook has a history of censoring LGBTQ advertisers. And Facebook’s problems are not limited to the LGBTQ community, Black creators documenting police violence have recently seen their pages temporarily taken down completely. Facebook calls these “mistakes” but isn’t doing enough to stop them from happening again.

Facebook is a platform that claims to connect people, so why does their platform silence LGBTQ voices and prevent them from connecting with their communities? Facebook has a responsibility to represent everyone in a fair and just manner. That means addressing how the LGBTQ community can feel at home on Facebook when the platform appears to discriminate against members of our community for showing who we are.

Twitter, now known as “X”, or as I like to call it, X-Twitter, is no better.

According to a story from PBS, Twitter is the LEAST SAFE for the LGBTQ+ community:

GLAAD’s scorecard called it “the most dangerous platform for LGBTQ people” and the only one that saw its scores decline from last year.

Twitter ‘s communications staff was eradicated after Musk took over the company and for months inquiries to the press office have been answered only an automated reply of a poop emoji, as was the case when The Associated Press reached out to the company for comment.

LGBTQ+ advocates have long warned that online hate and harassment can lead to violence offline. But even when it does not, online abuse can take a toll on a person’s mental health.

“There isn’t a week that goes by that we don’t have a doxxing situation for somebody in our community that we have to come in and help them stop it and stop the hate, stop the vitriol and stop the attacks,” said GLAAD CEO and President Sarah Kate Ellis referring to the malicious practice that involves gathering private or identifying information and releasing it online without the person’s permission, usually in an attempt to harass, threaten, shame or exact revenge. “It’s really been amped up to a level that we’ve never seen before.”

On Twitter, attacks on LGBTQ+ users have increased substantially since Elon Musk took over the company last fall, according to multiple advocacy groups.

For this reason, the Mindful Ecotherapy Center, LLC does not now have, nor will we ever have, either a Facebook or a Twitter profile. We support our LGBTQ+ community as well as all minority communities, and will always advocate for LGBTQ+ and other minority rights.

If you would like to join us by boycotting either or both platforms, please feel free to tell us about it in the comments below!

You might also wish to contact Facebook and Twitter and let them know how you feel about their policies. The contact information is below for both platforms.

Facebook Complaints

Dial the Facebook Customer Service Phone Number (844)-457-0351 to reach Facebook directly.

Using +1-(844)-457-0351, you can complain to Facebook directly. This number is available 24 hours a day and seven days a week.

Ways to Contact Facebook Support

Select Report a problem
If you face platform problems, you can report it directly to the Facebook team. This can be done by choosing “Report a Problem” under the Help menu.

Facebook Support Phone Number
The Facebook Customer Support Number is 844-457-0351, and users can use this number to speak directly to a live person.

Facebook Support Email
Use [email protected] to get general support from Facebook.
Send an email to [email protected] if you need press-related inquiries.
Users can use [email protected] to appeal against blocked content.
You can report content against Facebook’s guidelines via [email protected].
Write an email to [email protected] to resolve intellectual property-related queries.

Offline Facebook support
If you cannot file a complaint through the above methods, you can write a letter and send it to the following address:

Facebook Headquarters
1 Hacker Way
Menlo Park, CA 94025
United States of America


Can you email Facebook about a complaint?
Yes, you can email the Facebook team regarding a complaint. Use the [email protected] address to reach them regarding any financial issues related to your account. You can also use [email protected] to report anything on Facebook against the Facebook Community Standards.

Dial the Facebook Support Number 1-844-457-0351 to contact Facebook customer service directly. This number will let you speak directly to a live person on Facebook.


Unfortunately, Twitter doesn’t care enough about its users to offer a direct way to file a complaint. The best you can do is follow the information below, but be aware that you probably won’t get a response.

There is no way to contact X by phone, email, or DM directly, but you can create a support ticket at

You might try contacting their advertising department should you decide to boycott X-Twitter.

To reach X’s advertising support team, fill out a form at

You might also inform their investor team and let them know you’re planning a boycott.
You can reach this department at

If you decide to take action, please let us know how it turned out! Both Facebook and X-Twitter have been notorious about not responding to customer concerns. But together we can make a difference! When it starts affecting their bottom line, only then will they change! Contact us and let us know what you think!