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How to Avoid Drama Online

Start by recognizing what is and isn’t drama, trolling, or an attack

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Despite the fact that it happens on a regular basis, the tendency for people to be completely dismissive still surprises me. Nearly every day, in one forum or another, I see it play out. Someone comments, and someone else disagrees. Suddenly, accusations are flung that people are trolling, attacking, or…

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All about living as a sex-positive person and parent, body acceptance, what it’s like to be a rad fatty, polyamory, feminism, social justice, divorce, and more. I write to connect and constantly strive to jump into hope with abandon.

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Rachael Hope

Rachael Hope

Polyamorous, loud laughing unapologetic feminist, rad fatty, and epic sweet tooth.

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