Sex is banned on Facebook. And it is a ban that is enforced very strictly, something a sports club in southern Spain learned.
An athletics club called "El Club Atletismo Sexitano".
When the club wanted to make a Facebook page, the name was a big problem to Facebook, and the internet giant refused to let the club use its name, as 'sex' was included it.
The club was shocked. The word "sexitano" has not the slightest to do with sex. The club's city, which today is called Almunécar, was founded in ancient times, it was then called Sexi.
The inhabitants were therefore called sexitanos - a name which is still used.
But this historical explanation had no impact on Facebook. Sex was included, and that was enough. The club suggested to put a h into sexitanos - but no.
Again it was refused, so the club saw no other alternative than to change the name on Facebook to El Club Atletismo Çexitano. That was accepted.
Facebook must have assessed that hot cex is something that no one fantasise about.
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