I still have active pages to promote this blog, but as far as my personal life, I have no interest in sharing that publicly.
1. I don’t believe any platform has the right to censor its users… especially not a social networking site.
By now, it’s no secret that most, if not all, major social media platforms are censoring Conservative users.
Not only is that a lousy business practice— it actually makes no sense. I mean, if you build your entire platform on FREE user-generated content, then dismissing half of your audience is cannibalizing your business.
How does THAT make any sense?!
2. I’ve either unfollowed or stopped caring about most of my “network” anyway.
I still stand by what I said about censorship: it’s never good.
But I also don’t think I need to know every last person’s political views— especially those who get their information from unreliable sources (like social media).
3. We were never meant to have life-long access to the people we went to high school with.
I can’t stress this one enough. Seeing life updates from people you haven’t talked to since you were 17/ 18 and whom you never intend to see again?
That’s just fucking weird.