Let me explain. When I first started using the internet, it was probably around the year 2000. It seemed that on everywhere I went, you could say and post pretty much whatever the hell you wanted. There wasn't any sort of identity politics besides "try to be nice." I stress try because if some asshole got out of hand, you could tell them that they were a faggot, nigger, cunt, dildo, bitch, dickhead, etc.... You get the picture. Most importantly, people didn't cry a fucking storm when they were called names because it was the fucking internet.
I'd be willing to bet that there's a good portion of people who don't fit all the checkmarks of a stereotypical voater: straight, white, Christian, dislike of jews, etc. But at least most people on here with the exception of communists can have interesting discussions or call someone a name without being censored and ridiculed for "hate speech." This is a stark contrast to the rest of the internet where if you fit even one of those checkmarks, you're ridiculed, your entire opinion is "debunked," and you possibly get doxxed.