The last big website drama I got involved with was Gaia Online and the aggressive monetization of the site's cash shop which broke the economy.
And then I'll master cheese making. I'm gonna be unstoppable.
My response to "world-ending crisis" is apparently "screw this I'm making alcohol in my backyard".
Steampunk without commentary on the exploitative machinations of imperialism is not steampunk.
Cyberpunk without commentary on capitalism's efforts to buy the world out from under us is not cyberpunk.
Solarpunk without commentary on how to grow a brighter future for everyone instead of submitting to gloom is not solarpunk.
These three make a trifecta of how capitalism took over, what can happen if it continues, and how to prevent it from doing so. What was, is, and still could be.
The catalyst for "cancelling" someone should be actual shitty behavior, not "I don't like/am ambivalent about this person so everyone else should be too"
Half the race discourse on the Internet is like "mixed race people don't exist" because it makes discourse complicated and me personally uncomfortable that a lot of individuals don't fit the neat boxes I've made.
Probably got a good portion of my generation into video game creation, if not the medium itself.
All of that stuff on Kongregate, coolmathgames, addictinggames, etc... were things someone made for *fun*
Psych Major. Weaver. Embroiderer. Cat-Lover. Amateur video game player. Biromantic Ace. She/Her
Sunbeam City is a Libertarian Socialist solarpunk instance. It is ran democratically by a cooperative of like-minded individuals.