• Anthaller

    I think reddit is starting to crumble. The admins are trying to make it a 'safe for everybody' sort of place as opposed to a free speech sort of place. As comments above have made clear, it's going to be interesting to see how it all plays out.

    • PrismDragon (edited 8 years ago)

      I agree. You cannot please everybody, someone's going to get offended anyways. People need to learn to be tolerant of other opinions, and accept that the "safe for everybody" will not work. But still, it's going to be interesting seeing where the members will go. My first guesses would be Voat and here.

    • UnusualAttitude

      If you've been here for a while, can you comment on whether or not the snap community is more free-speech oriented?

      • picklefingers

        We are free-speech oriented but harassment against. You shouldn't ever have any fear of being suppressed if you have a controversial political opinion, but if you start harassing people who disagree, you're out.

    • redalastor

      Reddit is trying to make it "safe for the advertisers". They wanted to turn IAmA into a video interview thing (even hired a crew to do it, which did an AMA about it, in which they answered no question).

      Victoria opposed this and this is probably why she was fired.