As many of you know reddit followed through with a campaign of banned and dismantling, perceived, "extremist" subreddits. Many of these were such innocuous or mundane subs like /r/chaptraphouse, or, /r/cumtown. Places like /r/communism seem to have been left alone, but I do not feel this was intentional, rather, this was a miscalculation of the part of the staff of reddit. In lieu of these events I think it is important that we start pushing alternative sights; sights like raddle so that these communities are not destroyed in the cross fire. It's not fair that something as inconspicuous as /r/chaptraphouse (bordering liberalism) could be targeted and banned. If these communities fall apart the onus will fall on us as to why we could not catch them when things like this happened. It will be our fault && I personally think this is an important thing to do to keep our movment alive and growing. The left has experienced a rapid resurgence in the last 7 years, in part, due to communities like these that shift the overtonwindow to the left. We need to reach out to people like chaptraphouse and make the existence of sites like raddle known.