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I always liked soups approach in letting the people be and post what appeals to them.

It seems to be common sense for me, that with growing user numbers and popularity, a problematic tension toward political correctness could harm soups creative mélange - but this post, for me, gives credit that there is a progressive will for openess.

In the end people decide which content they want to bring in the net and search for ways to do it.
Joining nastiness with openess, given a sufficent amount of time, should level out an average of all participants, which I believe isn't homophobic, rassistic but in search for means to live.
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