And if you're wondering why I'm giving cybreDOTspace the side eye.

It's anyone on cybre's right to filter whatever they way, but when they're giving suggestions to bigots who have a history of harassing POCs and women, ha, that's a bit of a red flag.

And this isn't the first time we've seen bigots get space on cybre...

Again, either you are about creating a safe space or you're not.

If you're making space for bigots, racists and homophobes to feel comfortable in your space, you're making a choice.

You can't have it both ways.

> And this isn't the first time we've seen bigots get space on cybre


I fucking knew it, and i said it, and nobody listened.

@somarasu I'm just saying, man.

Folks have really been showing what they are since gab decided to join the fedi.

@Are0h why would they wait that long, or *for* that long, rather?

Numbers? A sense of 'consensus'?

@somarasu @Are0h
YEP theres a HEFTY amount of bigots and creeps on this here instance. And a pipeline of several influencers who invite them too. I don't think the instance will ever be a gab-like, but there distinctly are a lot of those people. As long as the good ppl here get vigilant about trying to push them out, get loud @ the admins, it should be.. somewhat okay, since they do block freeze peachers.. but. idk. Maybe it's a lost cause. Maybe I'm looking at it wrong too. I still kinda like it here.

@somarasu @Are0h
oh hey that USBdog shitlord got their account locked/banned

@GinnyMcQueen Yup. They're going to have to be silenced.

Let me run it by my instance.

@Are0h and then they have the nerve to complain that we aren't using the proper channels, as if victims of abuse aren't literally silenced for speaking up 🤷

@GinnyMcQueen Ha, this actually made me chuckle.

They're nervous. They should be.

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