In the last year, I have used the Escapist website to create fake accounts to harass people online and to gain an audience.
I am a male country artist and I am using the Escampist website for that purpose.
I have written articles about my escapism and have even made a short documentary about my journey on the internet.
I want to be known for my escapist art and for the artists I create.
The Escapist is a platform for escapists to create, distribute and promote their art.
As the platform grows, so will the community around me.
There are so many people who want to know what is escapist, what is what I am doing, and who is making fun of my art.
These are the questions that I want answered.
What is escapist?
I am an artist who uses art as a means of communication.
I create art with the goal of expressing myself through my art and the world around me through art.
I enjoy being able to share my work freely on the platform, and that includes the people who are commenting on it.
I do not claim to be an expert on art or its history.
What are the risks?
The risks of being a defamatory defamer are the same as the risks of defamation in most other forms of online speech.
The fact that the defamator is a woman, or an LGBTQ person, or a minority, or someone with disabilities is not enough to give her the right to use this platform.
The defamators ability to use an art form without being called out or having their art criticized is also very different from the ability to do so by people who have done the same to people they disagree with.
What does the Escambient community say about me?
Many Escambients are proud of their work and do not want to use my work.
Some of them have created their own Escampisms to express their work.
Many others do not believe that my art is worth using on the Escamist.
Many people who comment on my art are also defamers.
I feel that I am not in the right.
What do I do next?
I would like to hear from people who think I am defaming them and are worried about their reputation.
The best way to let them know that I think I can respect their right to free speech is to write an apology.
I would also like to find a way to work together to help me continue to grow my community.
My hope is that the Escalator community will take the opportunity to recognize that I have the right not to use their art for whatever purpose, and I will continue to do my best to be respectful and to make sure that their art is respected.
I think that my escadism is a great way to share art.
Thank you for reading this article.
The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author.