Responded to a post on reddit disagreeing (Someone seen a video of KKK members getting blown up and confused them with Nazis???) about stuff. Good lord, these people have no shame. Went around posting on my subreddits and emailing my employer (How do I know they emailed my employer? I am my employer -.-) I don't hide in the shadows like most people online, and I see why people are too scared. Imagine losing your job for disagreeing
@proxeus Ha, I didn't respond. I deleted them from my game subreddits and moved on. I mean, it doesn't bother me at all, even if my game sales rely on a good public image. I just got so sick of having to hide my opinions from people, why would I want to go my life in fear of saying one wrong thing?
@Siedge it seems you're having difficulty following along. Allow me to clarify. Consider the following scenario:
Person A: Everyone deserves equal access to services, even those dirty low down white people.
Person B: I disagree! White people should be shunned and disenfranchised at every turn.
Both A and B clearly dislike white people. But B has "just disagreed." Should B lose their job?
Freespeech is a mastodon instance hosted on Fire Dragon Studios, everyone should have the right to speak their mind without fear of being silenced. Hosted in the grand ol' US of A