While I spend a lot of time blogging against feminism, I don’t spend a lot of time discussing censorship. Most of that happens on my schizophrenic Twitter account. To be clear: I hate censorship almost as much as I hate feminism. I may disagree with you, but I’ll defend your right to disagree. In the manosphere, of all places, men should be tough enough to take public criticism without resorting to emotional outbursts and retaliatory censorship.
One of the reasons I refuse anonymity is because a man should put his reputation behind his words. It is why I recently criticized anonymous leadership. As more and more of the ‘sphere gets attacked and censored, it is all the more important to stand up against those attacks and not cower in fear. The poem, “First they came …“, captures the why. If (when?) they come for me, they’ll have to ban a real person, not merely a site or an account.
We as bloggers should mirror each other’s sites. Release them (with our real names) under a Creative Commons license to permit copying. In doing so, we can ensure that our works do not vanish and no one can take them away. Works can be combined into digests for easier distribution. And if the authors can bear it, a license that permits modifications would allow works to be built upon. These are such simple things to do, yet it requires each blogger to relinquish tight control over their work. During my Wikipedia days, I mostly got used to having others criticize, change, and delete my work. It’s not that bad.
 The Anabaptist needs no oaths because his word is his bond. This is integrity.
 I’ve done so on my apologetics blog. See the footer at https://grassrootsapologetics.org/. I have not done so here because I’m lazy, I self-host, and I don’t want my personal posts released under a CC license.