DHitMA: Free Speech Social Media

Any individual familiar with Twitter or Facebook has probably come to understand the censorious nature of these entities, and those like it. Even basic "conservative" talk, or generally that which does not align with the liberal discourse of the day, is deleted and its posters banned, on a regular basis. Here we provide some alternatives to these sites. Much of the content discussed herein coincides heavily with DHitMA: Decentralized Content Providers and DHitMA: Private Communication Means; please refer to these articles as well. We maintain that the reader should not use these social media sites personally, with one's own, real information; but, they may be used to network with larger groups in an anonymous manner.

The below paragraphs contain links to outside websites and sources of data; we maintain that the individual must verify the links therein.