There is an odd dynamic taking place where predominantly progressive people are joining with large corporations to pressure their partners into restricting speech and behavior, writes .
"This situation suggested that Patreon has now established guidelines that are so broad and vague that they could be applied to almost any situation, including non-funded activity," writes .
"If one were to design the perfect employee for these corporations, it would be hard to do better than one that was cosmopolitan and desexualized, while also being exquisitely sensitive to offense and harm," writes .
Why today’s progressivism suits the corporate environment—it’s all about minimising risk
See, my criticism of this Quillette piece is it talks about the free speech rights of figures like Southern and' Benjamin, without really explaining why they're so contentious, e.g. Southern is referred to as merely a 'conservative YT personality'