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  • Outset (edited 4 years ago)

    I am a former redditor who has been part of the site since around 2009. Part of what drove me away were subreddits (basically the equivalent of tribes on Snapzu) such as ShitRedditSays, who are a group of militant feminists and SomethingAwful trolls known for bullying people for posting offensive things on the site.

    I do agree with some of the things they've done as a community (i.e. push for the admins to ban sexualized content of minors from the site) but the reality is that SRS manipulates votes and harasses redditors and non-redditors alike who do something they disagree with, both things which are against the reddit rules. Yet the admins won't pull the plug on them...

    Anyway, I tried Snapzu becuase it got referred to either in a /r/AskReddit or /r/YouShouldKnow post. Hearing it was very similar to reddit, I decided to make an account and see what the fuss was all about. It seems like others followed suit.