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gangweedfan

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I was just talking to tyrone and we both agreed a certain lucky jannie would be getting extra hot pockets tonight! dumps plate of hot pockets on the ground for u/spez to eat

what kind of content was on r/classic4chan? I feel retarded for not going on 4chan back in the day when old 4chan was probably my kind of website.
 

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Are they seriously implying that nobody ever de-transitions?
Yes, this is a fairly standard thing in the left. The idea of people EVER regretting, detransitioning, changing their mind, or seeking therapy to overcome their issues without transitioning are all forbidden hatethoughts which are not allowed to be spoken of.

The Trans Borg owns all issues with gender and sex, and the only answer is to chop your dick off.

It's basically as if Goths in the 80s were forcing their idiotic fanboys to get face tattoos instead of just wearing shitty makeup.

In 20, 30 years when the lawsuits and mass shootings start, you're gonna see a lot of these soy golems vanish into the ether, while the others pretend that no one ever REALLY pushed for underage transitioning and the like. That was just a "boogaloo conspiracy theory."
 

chainlinktrillionaire

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Isn't Cumtown pretty leftist? Why would they get banned as well?
The userbase of r/cumtown was a mixed bag politically, it went private about 6 months ago because chapos kept mass reporting it.

Reddit nuked them and CTH to make it seem like it wasnt political but they really just wanted to nuke the popular normie right wing subs, like r/thedonald. So they took out a few lefty subs that had been on the chopping block anyways and a few legit nazi subs so that they could say it was about hate speech and imply guilt by association.
 

KiwiJoe

Anime Jacinda Ardern
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r/Bombstrap is still alive and its one of the few semi-MDE themed subs left.

imo ConsumeProduct wouldn't have been deleted if they'd just stuck to laughing at funkopops and brand addicts instead of injecting their shitty mix of trad/(((them)))/conspiritard nonsense into it. The mods let it happen knowing it would get them banned quick.
Same for r/weekendgunnit. Initially, it was a sub for gunnuts with a slightly edgy sense of humor but in general was pretty chill about a year or two ago. It was basically the /k/ of Reddit with all the added implications.

But eventually the trad community and MDEfugees came in and they became more or less the majority audience. Or at least they overspoke the older parts of the community that were mostly Edgy Libertarians at best. Though they did do their best to be subtle, eventually r/weekendgunnit made too many spicy posts and they now realizing that they're going to get fucked by Bardfinn's CP Mafia.
 
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Reddit nuked them and CTH to make it seem like it wasnt political but they really just wanted to nuke the popular normie right wing subs, like r/thedonald. So they took out a few lefty subs that had been on the chopping block anyways and a few legit nazi subs so that they could say it was about hate speech and imply guilt by association.
I completely agree this was to get the smoothbrains to nod along:
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META Subreddit Bans, New Reddit Policy, and Our Official Lifeboat (self.KotakuInAction)
submitted 2 hours ago * by HandofBaneMod - Lawful Evil HNIC[M] - announcement

So it appears the rumors floating around had some substance to them. Roughly 2000 subs have been banned, 90% of which had on average 10 or fewer user actions per day. Alongside that were around 200 more active subs, one "trophy kill" of the mostly-already-dead The_Donald, and a token sacrifice of ChapoTrapHouse so they could continue to pretend this wasn't a giant one-sided hit like most previous ban waves. I am not defending most of the subs which got purged, as I have not personally seen their content to judge whether they were actually breaking any rules or just made the shit-list of the powermods brought on board to offer up the heads they demanded on pikes to appease the angry mob.

We have managed to make it through mostly unscathed, with no new admin action taken against KiA or its users that I can find in any of our moderation logs. We also have not been issued any warnings or such via modmail or elsewhere that I am aware of. That's not to say we are going to remain completely unaffected by this, though. In addition to the bans, some new policy has been pushed forward by the admins. There is also a bit of explanation of the process used to reach this new policy point provided elsewhere in standard reddit tradition of not having all the info in one location for ease of access.

So what does this mean for us, here, at KotakuInAction? It means we have a bit harsher enforcement that is being forced from above on some specific things, which we will have to see if we need to adjust our existing rules to account for. It means that we have some rather odd parts of the new policy in place that I don't think the admins fully thought through (the "things against a majority do not count" statement should be fun to watch play out since women make up a majority at 50.8% of the population per the last US Census).

In addition, we are launching our lifeboat site officially. It's still mostly barebones, as we are having some complications with importing the CSS (as a simple copypaste from reddit would not function properly), but that should hopefully be resolved over the next week or so. So without further ado, I present to you https://kotakuinaction.win/ This site will have similar-yet-lighter rules to what you all are used to here, as we have a few things that become unnecessary due to different sitewide rules/TOS to worry about there. As we get the CSS and such functional we will get the new rules list up and running, but until then please treat it as being under effectively the same rules as here, with a bit lighter hand regarding some of the more insane things that we have had to deal with being pushed in place from above either by order or by watching precedent being put in place based on admin action against specific posts/comments/users.

And to head off the inevitable question related to the new site - yes, we are now part of the expanding communities.win group, and yes one of the first things we made clear was that we still hold to the political neutrality aspect of our mission statement. This is intended to be KotakuInAction in full, with no mandate that anyone be of any particular political leaning. We want our lefties just as much as our right wingers, as long as everyone can manage to stay within the rules and remain mostly civil with each other. The admins of the site reached out to us about 2 1/2 weeks ago, we spoke for quite a while to cover our primary concerns, and decided that this would be a far better option for our primary lifeboat than what we had been working on at the time. We still have two alternative lifeboats in various states of not-quite-readiness, and may announce further details on those down the road.

There are still a few account related hiccups that should not affect most people going on with the new site we are getting worked out with their admins, but feel free to head on over and reserve your username now. We will be maintaining some moderation across both sites, and possibly bringing on new moderators both here and there in the near future, depending on how the traffic looks.

We will maintain our presence here on reddit as long as we can, and kotakuinaction.net will continue to direct people here until we get to where we no longer exist on reddit, then it will redirect to the lifeboat.

I'll be around for the next few hours to answer questions and such, as will some of the other moderators who have been helping get this in motion.
GamerGate's subreddit, Kotaku In Action, is the first to take the olive branch from TheDonald.win and create their own .win site, https://kotakuinaction.win/.

Others that might be being formed include Gavin Mcinnes, ConsumeProduct, and MetaCanada. List here: https://communities.win/

I for one look forward to the unholy amount of SEETHING HATRED the little soyfaggots will have as the subs they keep trying to suppress don't fuck off and die, but instead move beyond their control entirely.
 

AnOminous

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CIA Nigger

Not a fed, just a random object on the street.
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r/Bombstrap is still alive and its one of the few semi-MDE themed subs left.
That's also one of the few MDE themed subs that at the end actually focused on MDE (or well, ex-MDE people like Charls). Sam legit dumped /r/MDE and made a post literally saying "who cares, I don't even use this anymore" or something along that line a few more months before they were banned and while the year after WP was canned had some good shitposts it devolved into discount /pol/ over time as other subs were nuked.

It didn't help that Sam went a full year at least of not uploading any comedy related content (I could care less about HydeWars) before uploading Crush500/HWD and bringing Nick back, while partnering with Jan/Jace again as an editor instead of Andrew Ruse.

Are they seriously implying that nobody ever de-transitions?
Detransistioners are the ex-Muslims or former Scientologists of the trans movement. It's a subject that they hate when it's acknowledged, and even more when they end up getting vocal/becoming very outspoken about it.
 

Ghostse

Gorilla Channel Executive Producer
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So reading between the lines on Reddit’s new policy, it is now officially open season on straight, white, Christians as they are the only people not protected under the policy.

Time for all the mayos and Karen’s to find a new platform and leave reddit to trannys and self-loathing whites.
I mean, really it should mean that its open season on Han Chinese, as every other racial group is a minority compared to them.
 

Kaktus Kompot

Towering humanoid composed of solid salt
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As we all know, if someone expresses an opinion you don't like just tell them to shut up and they'll immediately reconsider, repent and become a good little ally. Good job, leddit, you've cracked the code.

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While the rule on hate protects such groups, it does not protect all groups or all forms of identity. For example, the rule does not protect groups of people who are in the majority.
Does this mean that hating on chinks, pajeets and women (since they make 51% of population) is fine and acceptable? Because that's the only way you can take this phrase.
 
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Does this mean that hating on chinks, pajeets and women (since they make 51% of population) is fine and acceptable? Because that's the only way you can take this phrase.
Nope, it's lefty doublespeak. "Majority" means "straight / white / male / christian / normal / sane."

It's like how "diversity" means "less white people, mess men, more homosexual deviants, more people who agree with the radical left."

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Fetish porn subreddit wishes you to know that despite them being literally all about shapeshifting (including gender shapeshifting) as a Fetish, it's totally not a Fetish and Trans Identity is a TOTES REAL THING GUYS, now please no cancel us after we posted all those image compilations of nerdy boys and mean jocks being turned into huge titted bimbo sluts, thanks.
 
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