I have three questions about wording of the new
1. How are you going to define my "actual race"
as opposed to my perceived race?
2. Why does reddit protect people based on
religion, but not creed or other guiding ideology?
3. Why has reddit determined that it's okay to
harass, bully and give threats of violence towards
people in the "majority" (whatever that means in
Here are the relevant parts of the new rule that
relate to my three questions:
Marginalized or vulnerable groups include, but
are not limited to, groups based on their actual
and perceived race, color, religion, national
origin, ethnicity, immigration status, gender,
gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy,
or disability. These include victims of a major
violent event and their families.
For those who dont know, today reddit
banned a TON of subs that were "racist"
and the whole app is on fire right now. - For those who dont know, today reddit banned a TON of subs that were "racist" and the whole app is on fire right now. Lots of based comments