karma culture

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A form of internalized social anxiety that sharing content will result in embarrassment, whether because the content does not receive enough appreciation, or fear they will not have enough clout to influence.

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  • Coined by YouTuber Moriarty from CryMor.
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I'd post that link, but I don't want to engage in the karma culture.

Submitted on October 29, 2019

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