Using Social Media to Outlaw Psychiatric Coercion

2019-05-12T18:31:41.000Z Honest Cash

Do you want to see laws change with respect to psychiatry? Do you want to see psychiatric human rights abuses outlawed? Twitter can be one way of letting politicians know your views.

Twitter is a platform that many politicians are on.

If many people Tweet to politicians to tell them their views about psychiatry, then politicians will eventually hear the message. Individual politicians many not always see their Twitter notification. There is a good chance that someone is monitoring their social media feeds, and if enough people are trying to send a message to certain politicians, then those politicians may eventually become away of what potential voters are wanting and needing.

“Psychiatric coercion and nonconsensual psychiatry should be outlawed. Read books by psychiatrist Thomas Szasz, like Psychiatric Slavery. Outlaw psychiatric slavery. @AOC @BernieSanders@SenJeffMerkley@RonWyden@SenWarren@CoryBooker@repblumenauer@AndrewYang@marwilliamson

https://twitter.com/iMichaelTen/status/1127405399387193345

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“Psychiatric coercion and nonconsensual psychiatry should be outlawed. Read books by psychiatrist Thomas Szasz, like Psychiatric Slavery. Outlaw psychiatric slavery. @[PoliticiansTwitterHandleThatYouWantToBeHeardBy] @[PoliticiansTwitterHandleThatYouWantToBeHeardBy] @[PoliticiansTwitterHandleThatYouWantToBeHeardBy] @[PoliticiansTwitterHandleThatYouWantToBeHeardBy] @[PoliticiansTwitterHandleThatYouWantToBeHeardBy]”

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