Thoughts on Platforming – Ordinary-Times

Think about it like hosting a dinner party. Friends are not perfect, so the list of invited people is not going to be spotless. However, the host does have a standard of who should not be invited. If invited, we can assume the host respects and enjoys your company enough to eat dinner with you. If you showed up to a dinner party to find a mean-spirited coworker there, you might be surprised why the host invited them. You might question the host’s judgment of character or their bounds for what is bad behavior.

From “Thoughts on Platforming,” on Ordinary-Times