Let’s get real about “online debates” – oftentimes, these are fights, not debates.
So what’s the difference? And what’s the danger of getting sucked into these fights?
This comic shows the impact, and why we’re better off not putting up with it. But if you’ve still got a message you want to get across online, don’t worry – there are ways to have actual conversations without all the harm of online fighting.
The Editors at Everyday Feminism
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Justin Hubbell is a Contributing Comic Artist for Everyday Feminism. A trans genderqueer “comictivist” from upstate New York, they create comics that unpack social justice issues through personal reflection and sharing. Their work can be seen at justinhubbell.com. Please consider supporting them on Patreon! Check out their comics here.
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