If something upsets and offends you, perhaps it isn’t the smartest idea in the world to keep on promoting it through angry tweets.
The latest OFCOM report attempts to hype the dangers of unfettered thought online, but can’t hide the fact that viewing porn is now increasingly the norm.
Exploding with anger every time someone criticises someone you like or something you believe is stupid.
The desire for giant asses has apparently gone through the roof during the Covid era.
The latest right-wing social media platform touting its free speech credentials has some notable exceptions to those freedoms – swearing and porn.
Ruining someone’s life because of the stupid things they said as a child does not seem a very progressive thing to do.
Reducing all sex workers to homogenous groups of victims to satisfy society’s desire to see them as such is insulting and misguided; everyone is an individual.
Apologising for expressing your honestly-held opinions is a very bad idea, no matter how unpopular they might be.
Our laws are set by social misfits who don’t know what they are talking about – isn’t that depressing?
The dangers involved in forcing people to use real names online far outweigh the benefits.
Will the mystery of the man pursued by sex-hungry succubi at the end of the 1990s ever be solved?
Why are armchair activists able to destroy the lives of others for fun and profit?