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Viamund

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A published author, online activist and perennial target for misinformed nobodies, Viamund/Octaevius Altair became widely known after a hate group ran a campaign against a small poetry book that he published. Since then, he has written critical responses on numerous news forums, published his own website and taken some time out to write for Uncommon Sense.

Censorship

Viamund the Boy-Love Vampyre Says..., a small poetry book - has been rejected by a number of publishers and sellers, after a hate campaign organised by Absolute Zero. This campaign also led to the deletion of numerous profiles and mini-sites belonging to this author. The book was removed from Amazon.com for unknown reasons.

He was (much later) banned from Twitter, after amassing over 10,000 followers (he posted content unrelated to Boylove, despite identifying as a Boylover).

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