I work for a government agency that investigates complaints of discrimination, including, for example, homophobia. Quite often our case officers will need to do research online for their cases.
A few months back, our parents government department implemented a new internet content filter, and a large amount of inoffensive GLBT (gay, lesbian, bisexual, and trans) sites are being blocked, including activism sites, community groups, and queer news outlets.
We're an agency that deals with discriminatory behaviour against GLBT people, among other groups, and our access to relevant websites is being blocked because they have been deemed "offensive". We are trying to explain to the stubborn idiots in IT management that this is a crazy situation, but they are telling us they are doing nothing wrong and the filter is working perfectly.
The crazy thing is that we may be forced to make a complaint *to ourselves* about our own department, all because the central IT management are too arrogant to admit their web filter is broken.