Top 10 Websites that Social Justice Warriors Invade

The Top Ten
1 Tumblr Tumblr is a microblogging and social networking website founded by David Karp in 2007, and owned by Oath Inc.

I'm not a SOciAL jUsTiCe wArRIoR! 1111
I use Tumblr as a blog.
If all these websites are for social justice warriors everyone must be one even if they don't know what the word means or never heard of the word or just call it slang.

Such a shame. Tumblr looks like it could be a great site, but it ended up being a SJW hangout. If someone could make a website with a similar layout, but not as a SJW hangout, please do.

Discourse here... Discourse there... Discourse everywhere...

I identify as a Toucan-sexual, non binary, and this list triggers me!

(Obvious sarcasm! I'm actually a bisexual female, and no, I am not actually triggered! )

2 Buzzfeed

Look, I can't deny that Tumblr is number 1. But, Buzzfeed should be in the top 5, or at the very, VERY least in the top 10.

Why is this not number 1 or even 2 at least.

3 RationalWiki
4 Miraheze

Exactly. The Reception Wiki community sucks.

5 Youtube YouTube is a global video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California, United States. The service was created by three former PayPal employees in February 2005. In November 2006, it was bought by Google for US$1.65 billion.

As for videos and channels? No, it's not really a SJW hangout. However, the new rules definitely are.

6 FANDOM / Wikia
7 Twitter Twitter is an online news and social networking service where users post and interact with messages, "tweets," restricted to 140 characters.

This is the internet version of Starbucks, an SJW infested hangout spot.

Especially some celebrities.

This should be higher up, that site is on the same level as Tumblr in my opinion

8 SJWiki

The name says it all

9 Facebook

I have seen two screenshots about 10 times from Facebook depicting a woman who is "trans-racial," a white woman wanting to turn black. I think you have heard enough by now.

10 Deviantart DeviantArt is an online artwork, videography and photography community. The website was launched on August 7, 2000, by Angelo Sotira, Scott Jarkoff, Matthew Stephens and others.

Leave it for Fetish Porn, OK. We don't need SJW's to terrorize the people on the site, and having any more than 0 SJW sites is a disgrace to humanity as is.

And people thought the fetish is bad. They've never seen a social justice warriors before.

They have no place on the, deport them back to Twitter and Tumblr.

DeviantArt isn't a bad site, but stamps have become riddled with SJW ism.

The Contenders
11 Reddit 
12 Instagram 

Yet I would've nominated Sjws to be number 3 instead of buzzfeed.

13 Letterboxd

It's still a good website.

14 HuffPost
15 Rotten Tomatoes
16 Myspace
17 Steam
18 4chan 4chan is an English-language imageboard website. Users generally post anonymously, with the most recent posts appearing above the rest.
19 Encyclopedia Dramatica

It is very biased in my eyes.

20 Google+
21 Maiotaku
22 TheTopTens TheTopTens is a website created in 2005, which is used to write top ten lists, where anyone can vote, comment, and write posts about the lists.

Like the people who keep adding Trump to every list. Fortunately, most of the SJW's on here are just visitors, and rarely do we get an SJW user.

I hope this is only on the list because we're on TheTopTens right now. Please don't force us off this site, SJWs.

RIP All Good Users. Me and Doro are the only tolerable anti-SJWs on the site.

Quite a lot, to be honest.

23 Polygon
25 CWCki

Chris Chan, why would you have a website? It should've been at least dark web

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