Wildcrafting Our Queerness: A (Very Brief) Look into a Queer Appalachian Future (Update #7)

In the last blog post, I went over one particular article in Queer Appalachia’s magazine, Electric Dirt, and the ways in which it looked to the Foxfire Association to reach backwards into the past and pluck particular Appalachian cultural staples to use for contemporary queer people in the region.  For this post, I will look […]

LGBTQ Content Filtering: Final Summary Post

This project has become something much different than what I originally set out to do. Although I wanted to focus more on the algorithmic aspects of these issues, I underestimated how secretive Facebook is with specifics like these. I still have learned a great deal about the issues still facing the LGBTQ community on Facebook, […]

LGBTQ Content Filtering: Update #7

Although I have learned a lot from this project, there are still so many issues I did not have time to fully look into. Although there is monetized content on Facebook besides advertisements, there have not been as many reports of content demonetization here as on other platforms. Notably being Youtube and its owner Google, […]