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Hey, I'm a supporter of youth rights anarchism. Youth rights is essentially the idea that the hierarchy of age disadvantages youth. This is apparent not just through laws (e.g. driving age, drinking age, curfews), but also through social issues (e.g. the authority of parents and teachers, youth not being taken seriously, discrimination against youth). As with vegan anarchism, youth rights anarchism is an attempt to advocate for beings which have not been given consideration in most major themes of anarchist thought.
I'd like to do an AMA on this subreddit. Any idea of how I could go about that? If you need any more information, feel free to ask.
For the AMA series, we like to have the prompts vetted by the community before we add new ones to the schedule. We unstickied the scheduling thread a while ago, though, and we've already had to say no to people who have offered to do AMAs but didn't have a seconder from the community.
We're definitely going to run another series in 2016, though! If you don't mind waiting a few months, we'll get another scheduling thread stickied and you'll be able to offer up this prompt to the subreddit. If you get a seconder, you'll go right onto the schedule!
I also like this idea about only having self-posts. I highly support that idea
I agree with leaving the style to have no downvoting. I'd prefer to keep the rule, but I don't feel strongly either way (I see merit in both sides) -- so I will happily defer to others on the decision on that question.
Good call. For a discussion sub like us, having link submissions doesn't even make sense. We should disable them.
Like hamjam5 I don't feel strongly one way or the other, but I lean towards clearing up room on the sidebar. It's not an enforceable rule anyways. If we want and if there isn't one already, we can clarify our stance on downvoting in the wiki.
I think link posts are fine as long as they're accompanied by an explaining comment. A rule requiring a comment with link posts could be used instead of completely disabling them.
But people can use a link inside a self post to get the same point across, so I see nothing wrong with disabling link posts if everyone prefers that.
People see the downvote buttons if they have the stylesheet disabled or they're using a phone app, or they can use keyboard shortcuts if they have RES installed. There's no way to stop that. I'd say either get rid of the rule or reword it as more of a recommendation.
you, specifically, OP want to say your transphobic crap and think it doesn't silence trans folks, all under the guise of freeze peach nonsense.
That strikes me as being uncharitable and disrespectful. I already removed other posts in the same thread on similar grounds, but unintentionally sparked a controversy in doing so.
If how the user addressed OP in their post is considered to be less important than the point that they were making, then it's definitely true that we've let worse slide before. If we let it slide this time, I just want to make sure it's on purpose.