Why Reddit has been able to survive so many of its biggest controversies
The Reddit community has never been a safe place for women, and for good reason.
Many of its communities are full of people who believe that the women they meet on Reddit are sexual predators.
Reddit, on the other hand, is built around the idea of free speech, where people can post their thoughts freely without fear of being banned or disowned.
The community, which has more than 100 million active users, has been growing and evolving over the years, becoming more diverse and inclusive.
Its creators, many of whom are women, have been known to use terms like “mansplaining,” or telling women off for having too many kids, and in 2015, the site made it a feature.
But the community has always been known for its free-for-all atmosphere, and its reputation for sexism and misogyny.
As a result, the subreddit is often called “the cesspool of free-speech” and “a toxic and misogynistic environment” by those who have left.
“We’ve never had a community like this before,” says the moderator of the “Women of Reddit” subreddit, “and it is one of the reasons that we are here today.”
One of the more notorious subreddits, “The Red Pill,” is a place for men to discuss their experiences with feminism, pornography, or how they feel about women in the workplace.
Other popular subreddits, such as “The Rational Male,” offer advice on what kind of guy to date or how to make sure your girlfriend/wife/child can’t be raped.
In 2016, Reddit decided to make it easier for people to report “hate speech” on the site by creating a new feature that lets users report comments that they find offensive.
The new “report” feature is an attempt to address the harassment that has been directed at certain women and men on Reddit, and it was recently added to the site’s news feed.
On the day it went live, the newsfeed also included a link to an archive of thousands of comments that people were able to post anonymously.
The “report,” which is a combination of an emoji and a word, lets users flag comments for review.
After a user makes a complaint, the moderator can then provide a link that allows other Reddit users to review the content of the comment.
It’s a simple, yet effective way to combat the harassment Reddit is known for.
But it’s unclear whether the new “Report” feature will be the final straw for the community.
“The red pill” is one popular subcategory of the subreddit.
Another popular subreddit, called “Women in Tech,” has a focus on women in tech, particularly in the tech industry.
In recent years, some of the largest companies on Reddit have been criticized for employing women, often for the same reasons that Reddit is.
In one example, a Reddit moderator has argued that women in technology have to “make the choice” whether to pursue a STEM career, rather than a “real job” that requires a higher salary and more responsibility.
This is a controversial opinion, especially after a Reddit community member, Jessica Valenti, wrote an essay last year about the harassment she received online for speaking out against the sexist nature of the tech community.
Valenti’s essay garnered over 1,500 comments, with many users asking her to be fired for being “unfair.”
“I was not expecting to receive death threats and rape threats,” Valenti wrote.
“I have no doubt that the red pill subreddit has been a source of harassment, but I hope it is also a source for positive change.”