Flags via Wikimedia commons. Background screencap and Snoo via Reddit. It should come as little surprise that Reddit, the mega-popular message board and self-declared "front page of the Internet," is now the fourth most popular website in the US , beat only by Google, YouTube, and Facebook. It's become a perfunctory press tour stop for celebrities and politicians, played a critical role in historical political events , and, much to the dismay of the site's top brass, has also turned into a hotbed of hatred and bigotry. As Reddit's profile and popularity has risen, its management has historically shown a touch-and-go approach to policing certain of its subreddits member-founded-and-moderated communities, where users gather to discuss anything under the sun —especially, until recent years, the most toxic among them. But the ban was a tacit acknowledgement by Reddit management that overseeing a website of this magnitude brings innate ethical responsibilities. It wouldn't be until the introduction of an explicit anti-harassment policy, and the subsequent ban of several of the site's most toxic communities , that Reddit would take a more active role in policing its rampant harassment and hate speech. Having learned from the imbroglio that followed—and with the site's policy on what constitutes harassment now explicitly defined —Redditors seeking to engage in hate speech began forming or infiltrating less flagrantly antagonistic niche subbreddits, tiptoeing right up to the line of Terms of Service TOS -breaking activity. This tactical shift dovetailed with the website's pivotal role in the US presidential election.
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This February, Reddit announced changes to its policy to address harassment and abuse on its platform, and make it easier for victims of revenge porn to have their photos taken down. However, some of the most deeply creepy and misogynist sections within Reddit aren't affected by these new policies, as they don't directly involve revenge porn or direct harassment. Take, for example, the ones below. A reccurring theme through some of these outstandingly creepy subreddits is the sexualization of images of women in non-sexual contexts — at the gym or a wedding, for example.
Reddit is full of shitty people. Here's where most of them hang out.
How do you find the best free porn online? Many people have their favorite aggregating services, including Pornhub, RedTube, and Porn MD, but as with most things, choosing porn gets easier when you crowd-source the search. Of course, because a huge swath of Reddit likes to collect and share porn, the boards have become overloaded with the same boring images, GIFs, and video clips. All the images in this post are safe for work. Mostly involves: emotional porn, homemade videos, requests for specific kinks, and vocal men. Mostly involves: selfies taken by men in various states of undress and videos of men masturbating. There are some sporadic GIFs, but for the most part, the board is populated with selfies. Mostly involves: athletic, masculine dudes posing in sexy situations, and sometimes having sex with other men. This homemade porn subreddit doubles as instructional, if you can find the posts in which women are masturbating to climax without faking their orgasms for the sake of a male viewer.
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