Homosexual censorship is censorship of any information critical of the homosexual agenda, sometimes under the guise of preventing hate speech, sometimes without any justification at all. For example, the mainstream media refuse to publish information about the social harms that same-sex marriage has caused in those jurisdictions that have adopted it. In September 2011, National Religious Broadcasters gave a report to the National Press Club that analyzed the content policies of some "new media outlets". NRB found that Facebook, which collaborates with the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Discrimination, removed material critical of homosexuality that it found "anti-gay". "The grossest act of anti-Christian censorship, according to the report, is Apple’s removal of the Exodus International and Manhattan Declaration apps. Gay rights protesters demonized Exodus’ app as the “gay cure app,” although the app primarily advertised the date, times and locations of its upcoming events. They rallied more than 107,000 sign petitions asking Apple to remove the app from the iTunes store. Gay activists also successfully petitioned the removal of the Manhattan Declaration."