That's why I completely left social media in the late 90's. You had the woman and their internet presence, figure out which one you're with or if it's about you this time.My first ex had a LiveJournal. She was dumb enough to actually send me the link to read her shit, and it was mostly the same kind of dumb emo shit you'd expect... lot's of sadness and angst followed by admission of cutting to "feel better". Half the time it was one liners or "sad emotes" only, which were mainly for seeking attention,
I recall reading that thread during my lurking time here. I think those who created it and their intended user base will find themselves in a dilemma. If it's truly supposed to be a safe space for members, does that mean nobody else can police what other users do with their account because it's their individual safe space? Or will it quickly degenerate into another "rules for thee, not for me" site which makes it no diffrent than any other mainstream blogging/social platform?