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    Amity is an awesome girlfriend

    This is basically saying "fuck you!" to countries that censor LGBTQ+ representation. The fact that this was brought up 4 times in the episode, Eclipse Lake, makes it loud and clear that there's nothing wrong with being attracted to the same sex.

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  • Saturday
    Totally Spies! is returning

    As much as I'm happy that the series is making a comeback, I can't help but have concerns that it might suffer continuity problems just like season 6 and the movie.

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  • Tuesday
    The voice actor of Eddy is now a musician

    Do any of you remember Tony Sampson? He was the VA of Eddy from Ed, Edd n Eddy. There's an interview which you can find on YouTube where he explained the reason why he retired from voice acting. The production company that he was working under threatened to blacklist him in the acting industry just because he asked for a raise. Good on him for standing up for himself and knowing his worth. Now,

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  • 6 days
    The Owl House is 2 years old!

    Today, January 10, 2022, marks the 2nd anniversary of the critically acclaimed series created by Dana Terrace. Not only does it have an incredible story and well-written characters, but it also made groundbreaking history for having proper LGBTQ+ representation in a Disney series.

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  • 2 weeks
    LGBTQ+ public figures who are problematic and toxic AF

    1. Ellen DeGeneres
    2. Chris Chan
    3. Andy Dick
    4. Nikocado Avocado
    5. Trisha Paytas
    6. Shane Dawson
    7. Kevin Spacey
    8. Anna Campbell
    9. Jay Manuel
    10. Julia Volkova
    11. Alexander Wang

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YouTube to remove the dislike button · 12:39am Nov 15th, 2021

There's been a lot of debate about this and I'm one of those people who disagrees with this particular move.

Technically, the dislike button will still be there but the number of dislikes won't be publicly shown. There are videos that have more dislikes than likes such as YouTube Rewind 2018, Nicole Arbour's Dear Fat People, Logan Paul's "apology", Jacob Sartorius's Sweatshirt, Justin Bieber's Baby, Hannah Williamson's bigoted response to The Owl House, Joe Biden-related news, etc.

Removing the number of dislikes prevents creators from getting feedback and seeing viewers' expression of disagreement with what they said.

What do you think about this issue?

Comments ( 3 )

It's to protect corporations, politicians, and other scum, so I'm sadly not surprised. Sure the button can be abused, but that's the price for all the upsides it provides.

I am going with a template of "Upvote this comment if you disliked the video." It isn't going to be much but if enough people can get this going we can give the finger to Youtube,

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