@codesections thank you! By queer networks I mean both social and online communities focused on LGBTIA people and also physical networks such as friends, book clubs, local hangouts, bars or parties 🥳
@exstral Got it. I thought you meant that the networks *themselves* were queer in some way, not just that they have many LBGTIA participants.
The latter is cool, but the former sounds like it would be *awesome*—if only I could figure out what it would mean, exactly
@codesections I guess a network could also be queer in itself if queer voices and concerns are considered and included already at the inception of the network or protocol.
Mastodon is actually a good example as it has extensive controls to build a safe space online through moderation, blocking and clear privacy controls.
Fosstodon is an English speaking Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.