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I think Reddit should be in my blacklist in order to move forward

Discussion in 'Self Improvement' started by fishfoody, Aug 16, 2021.

  1. NothingMoreNothingLess

    NothingMoreNothingLess Fapstronaut

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    I do not think Reddit is a healthy social media site. Most of the users there appear to waste a lot of their time arguing and spreading negative energy that is bad for one's soul. From my own experience, Reddit has a user base that consists of individuals that lean to a specific side of the political spectrum, resulting in an echo chamber. Anyone who shares a different opinion immediately gets insulted, censored, and downvoted to oblivion.
     
  2. SethLCU

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    i remember a thread here where @fellacious(RIP) defended a sissy by saying there is nothing wrong with watching transwoman porn or being attracted to trans and literally the whole thread were onto him insulting/ridiculing him.
     
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  3. rubiksnerd45

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    I used to use Reddit, but it got way too toxic and a lot of propaganda on there.
     
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  4. That's why Reddit has a sub called r/TheoryOfReddit so people can post theories about what Reddit really is.
     
  5. Does anybody remember how horrendous r/movies, r/cringe, r/coronavirus, and r/politic were? A bunch of idiots on those subreddits were in denial about anything and they will still downvote you for no reason, and that's why Reddit fucking sucks.
     
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  6. I almost forgot one thing about Reddit. Does anybody get tired of seeing a thing like this:

    EDIT: Thanks for the gold, kind stranger!


    Ugh, I hate those types.:emoji_rolling_eyes:
     
  7. FirefromAbove

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    Woah thanks for all the da UPDOOTS

    You won the internet for today !!! : O
     
  8. A new thread after a long absence and here we are, someone on Reddit has a common sense.

    Do people just down vote new post on sight or is this Reddit vote fudging?

    Yep, downvoting new posts and comments on sight is like bullying and abusing.
     
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  9. I've put a Cold Turkey block on Reddit and YouTube for 4 years.
     
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  10. Not really. It's pretty much Reddit as a whole, and every subreddit has bad members. Do your research.
     
  11. goodtimesahead

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    reddit & twitter are bad news for me. I suppose facebook too. i wish that they had more strict control over the content. i think flickr changed its policy about adult stuf. i dont have accounts. basically social media can trip you up at any time
     
  12. Infidel.48

    Infidel.48 Distinguished Fapstronaut

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    Reddit and Twitter, most crappiest sites, with their propaganda,
    YouTube becomes more toxic everyday, but its fine.
    Facebook ,never used
    Instagram is a wormhole, sucks, gives you depression
     
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  13. Upwards2020

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    The only thing I like about Reddit is subs where I can hold a stake in . Like DIY projects or progress in hobbies and it can be very beneficial for the information you can learn . And also to speak to like minded people . Some posts can be very funny . So there will be aspects of Reddit I would miss but realistically it's a huge trigger . And depending on what mood you are in it can negatively effect it further . I don't want to hear about a tonne of nsfw when I'm not in the mood and single that Shira just depressing and eventually leads to relapse
     
  14. smh_fam

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    If it happened on reddit, all of his posts would get automatically hidden by the downvote system and then he'd get banned (posting an unpopular opinion automatically equals trolling).

    Sometimes the mod team on here makes questionable decisions but the "mob censorship" setup on reddit is worse in my opinion.
     
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