Over a year ago I published a post proposing that we set our differences aside and pursue what connects us, instead of focusing on what picks an argument.
In a personal reach-out for a group hug with everyone, I present to you politically incorrect artistic expression of a young Israeli man that got him banned from every website he had joined. In his own words:
I got banned from every possible site on the internet: twitch, facebook (groups/friends), 4chan (2 months), devinatart, etc. They told me to: seek help / not reproduce / commit suicide (people on the internet basically told me I’m too sick) and I don’t have anywhere I can share my art. I’m so sad because all I want to do is share with the people that are awake. I was wondering if you could check me out…
Here at Best Gore we don’t judge. It has made the website the most trusted platform for people whose expression involves acts that other people find offensive, and make them react with “seek help / not reproduce / commit suicide“. Accordingly, we have always maintained a safe environment for people who open up to us to share their personal “politically incorrect” side with us.
As such, I’d like to thank Netanel for sharing his artistic expression with the Best Gore community, and for giving us the opportunity to follow up on my group hug proposition.
So as a reminder to everyone – keep in mind that this is not a political post, so don’t make it one. Furthermore, don’t make Best Gore the same prejudicial bullshit like Facebook, DeviantArt, etc. The young man who reached out to use did so because every other place judged him and rejected him due to his political incorrectness. Should anyone on Best Gore feel inclined to take the Facebook path and become judgmental, perhaps you should go back to Facebook and forget about Best Gore, because on here we won’t resort to crushing expression to protect your precious feelings from getting hurt.
Netanel gave us a shout out on his Facebook page. But of course, Best Gore is banned on Facebook too, because we’re not politically correct either.
Netanel also explained in an email to Best Gore that he got depressed in 2014 because of the responses he received after the release of his track called “Semen n’ Shit n’ Piss n’ Boogers“. He said:
People in the street recognized me, stared at me, pointed fingers at me, yelled slurs and cusses at me, tripped me with their feet, my orthodox Jewish kippa wearing place fired me, and it was a really rough time for me in a nutshell.
I’d still say it’s bamboozling that people must turn to a gore site to have their expression featured, because art and social networking sites will not tolerate it.