created in 2014
last scan 6/13/2019
A place to discuss the corruption and issues with Wikipedia. Anything from one sided articles, historical revisionism, corruption among the editors, and so on is welcome here.
subreddits related to r/WikiInAction
An entertainment sub. Try not to get too serious. We mostly exist to point and laugh at KiA's nega-sub in all their ridiculousness, but we aren't afraid to mock some crazy people on our side of the fence too. This place is a circlejerk and has no problems admitting it. No anti-gamergate opinion or shilling is allowed unless one of us said something *really* crazy. The "official" Gamergate sub KIA is open to discussion and debate, but this isn't the place.
To discuss, engage with, and thwart the hateful rhetoric of "social justice warriors."
This is a place for discussion about Gamergate where you can expect that people aren't going to scream and call you names. No matter what you believe, opinions are better advanced by honest argumentation and earnest discussion, and that's what we do here.
This subreddit tracks and discusses attempts to smear, intimidate, censor, culturally appropriate, ethically corrupt, or otherwise harm the science fiction and fantasy medium and culture, specifically such attempts by the SJW hate movement. These attempts are collectively known as #SciFiGate.
r/european BANNED / PRIVATE
The administration has decided to censor free speech for Europeans and they quarantined the subreddit on the 12th of May 2016. We've moved to voat, under the same name. Also, check out /r/europeannationalism quarantine_message: "It is dedicated to shocking or highly offensive content.".
This subreddit tracks and discusses attempts to smear, intimidate, censor, culturally appropriate, ethically corrupt, or otherwise harm the comic book industry and culture, such attempts usually coming from the religious right or the regressive left. These attempts are collectively known as #ComicsGate.
This subreddit tracks and discusses attempts to smear, intimidate, censor, culturally appropriate, ethically corrupt, or otherwise harm the technology sector and culture, with emphasis on the startup, web development, and open source sectors and cultures, specifically such attempts by the SJW hate movement. These attempts are collectively known as #TechGate.
One of the most malevolent, cruel, coldhearted online communities you'll ever find. you think [slur]town was bad? That subreddit, if you pick up on the dog-whistles (and many don't even bother with that-- say want you want about Stormfront, at least it bans "n[slur]"), will reveal itself to you as Reddit's number one hub for the web's most hardened Nazis, Klansmen, Fascists, and Gamergaters.
At the most basic level, men's rights are the legal rights that are granted to men. However, any issue that pertains to men's relationship to society is also a topic suitable for this subreddit. Men's rights are influenced by the way men are perceived by others. There is the issue of language which can denigrate or elevate. The forces that oppose men's rights are also a topic for discussion. r/MensRights has been here since March 19, 2008.
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