Probably not and you should maybe not trying to limit speech. We’ve seen that around here a lot of lately from people on the “right”. That’s what progressives do, complete cuck sjw moves. We can tell you’re not a free speech warrior, that’s for sure.
I believe in 100% liberty, freedom and the individual can do what you want. I know like maybe two guys who do this, and more power to them, nevertheless I’ll advise nobody to do this. The attack on masculinity, traditionalism and man is insane in our cultural marxist culture. This is some bullshit I would see in a Laci Green or Reily J Denis cringe You Tube video.
Everybody is a victim these days and so offended by EVERYTHING. Get off the internet if you can’t handle a comment on a public platform on the internet.
Add me to your tag list.I love to read fics and imagines - I’ll be happy to give you a reblog or a signal boost, if you want!
Don’t be shy. This community is exceptional. These are some of the warmest, most inclusive people I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting. We are all A+ human beings, and we all want you here. Jump in feet first.
Seriously, just write.
Write what inspires you, write what you love, write what makes you happy.
Don’t worry about technical skill, canon, feedback, haters. Don’t be intimidated. Don’t be too hard on yourself.
You won’t regret it.
My ask box is always open, or shoot me a message, if that’s your thing. I look forward to hearing from you!
When someone tells you, “Google that benign thing! Fanfiction smut is the first or second hit!” They are telling you more about themselves and their own internet habits than they may think, and practically nothing at all about what anyone else will find when they search for that same thing.
Google searches are not the same for everyone. They are tailored for the searcher using a number of factors available. These factors include your browser, operating system, device, where in the world you are, and, if you’re logged in, what you’ve searched for before.
If fanfiction smut is the first or second hit when you search for benign things, that’s because you often search for fanfiction smut.
2. Do not be seduced by privacy settings and passwords, which are temporary illusions that distract from the reality of the previous point.
3. Understand that context and data are often one in the same. When you enter information on the internet, assume that you include the who (you), the what (the data), the when (the time of data input), the where (the site on which the data is being placed), the how (the device on which you input the data), and the why (the purpose of the site).
4. Believe that all of your credit card transactions are being kept in a colossal, searchable ledger that one day will be made available for all to study.
5. Believe that data does not disappear when you delete it.