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Post by Jackie » Thu Aug 16, 2012 7:58 pm

You know when I feel happy and inspired? When I see a guy or gal online writing their thoughts and opinions without worrying about offending someone or adhering to the unwritten rules of political correctness.

Like for example, the anti-porn guy. This dude clearly wasn't holding back his feelings. Sadly his site is no longer online, but the content was archived, fortunately. Basically he wants to ban pornography, all sexual perversion and deviancy, he wants to punish criminals more harshly, allow police brutality, he is firmly against abortion, drugs, and atheism. He is also strongly in favor of a draconian government that punishes people with unwarranted harshness if they disagree with this system. You have to see it for yourself.



Now, most people would be offended by this page, but not me. I find it intriguing. The only thing that does offend me are his photos. He's too ugly to put that stuff online. He should be ashamed of his appearance, but instead he puts his pictures right there for everyone to see. He actually wants people to look at his face.

I can't say that I agree with most of his opinions. Not at all. Few of the things he wrote make sense, but that's the beauty of the web: it is open for every opinion, no matter how twisted, wrong, disgusting and false.

Yeah, his page may not seem that extreme, but these kind of sites are more rare than you probably think.

I have often felt that people are afraid to put their real thoughts online. Like they are censoring themselves. Granted, in real life you don't have a choice, but online things are different, and you'd expect people to be more open and honest. And while they are, most websites censor these voices when they stand out a bit too much. The bigger and more commercial the site, the more this is true, but it's a serious problem even on small non-profit sites. You actually have to search in the dark corners of the web to see real individuality, where people are not afraid of the judgment of the general public or some stinking moderator or the police, and where still they do as they please unrestrained.

I feel like posting these sites and people who refuse to bow to the rules of society.

Now, I'm not talking about sites like rotten.com. While certainly controversial, replying to a blog post with a negative comment is actually a lot more shocking than a shock site, ironically. Because, for some reason, disagreeing with someone or expressing different views is more controversial than the most extreme gore. Similarly porn sites can host extremely sick filth, but the instant an anonymous person comments that what they are seeing is disgusting or someone criticizes or swears at the video or another anonymous user, moderators immediately start to censor you. Of course, deviating opinions are also more controversial than porn. The double standard aside, there should be no need to bar a little diversity.

The internet is open for everyone, and it is the only medium everyone can submit content to as long as you have a PC. And that's the problem I have with the majority of the web: more and more it's becoming open to almost everyone, you don't have to make your own site to submit content anymore like in the early days, and the web is flooded with sites that allow anyone to submit their videos, their opinions, their articles, their music, yet despite all this it is becoming more restrictive. Basically, you can't say or do anything that is not generally accepted anymore, because you will lose your voice on the web is you do. You may even go to jail.

This annoys me to no end. I'm going to search for a few more examples of the kind of unrestrained web content I'm talking about.

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Post by Jackie » Mon Aug 20, 2012 8:22 pm

For some reason picking on homophiles is a crime of the highest order. It's probably because faggots are protected by special minority status and have more special rights than, like.... everyone else.

An anti-gay attitude is sometimes all it takes for authorities to treat you as a criminal. It is for this reason that the website below would be considered extremely controversial, hateful, and would be banned in over 50 countries.

http://faggotmania.com/

Even though it is about as innocent and righteous as it gets! But hey, there's little sense in today's world.



There's a wiki for everything these days it seems, but wikipedia remains the most popular. But personally, I've always preferred Encyclopedia dramatica. It's less biased and tends to link to very interesting information. And unlike wikipedia, ED does not sugarcoat the sensitive subjects. Usually it does all it can to offend and enrage. Most of the time it fails to do so, but sometimes it succeeds so well that the site is sued.

https://encyclopediadramatica.se/Main_Page

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