• Hey Visitor,

    In light of recent events, all community members in the US should reach out to their representative in regards to the Stop Online Suicide Assistance Forums Act that has been introduced in congress. This bill, if passed, could criminalize this community and hold it liable for simply hosting information.

    You should be able to locate and contact your represenative by going to this website. You can also contact Lori Trahan, the one spearheading this bill by calling her office at (202) 225-3411 or by leaving a message on the contact form on her site.

    One of the best ways to combat this is to make your voice heard. We're not political activists, but we made this notice to let you know that you do have a voice and that you do have representives that represent you in congress.
thetwilightzone

thetwilightzone

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Jul 14, 2018
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Aside from the mods running that place to the ground, it now appears to be filled with various semi-pro life posters and minor condescending platitudes. It's starting to mirror /r/suicidewatch or /r/depression

Reddit seems to have become an intolerant site.
 
thetwilightzone

thetwilightzone

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Jul 14, 2018
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/r/TimeToGo was never meant to be a second /r/SanctionedSuicide, the whole point was to enforce the rules in a way that wouldn't get it banned. It was only a matter of time until it went to shit the way it did.

Why in particular did Reddit take their harsh stance on pro-choice suicide forums? I don't remember /r/sanctionedsuicide being controversial.
 
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EternalSanction

EternalSanction

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Jun 7, 2018
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The discussions about suicide/pro-choice have always been highly controversial obviously and could potentially lead to all sorts of legal trouble for the enablers of the platform. That's why Reddit isn't too keen on hosting these debates and apparently decided to silence anything that is remotely similiar to method discussion. Hence the mods are moderating strictly in order to avoid the ban of their sub.