We all know how important it is to promote class consciousness. Often the problem is getting heard, especially beyond your own social circle. On most social media it's difficult to break through the noise if you don't already have a lot of clout.
Enter Yik Yak, a fully anonymous chatting app that is popular with college students (at least in the U.S.). There are no usernames and it's not possible to see an individual's posting/comment history, so there's no risk of doxxing or other negative attention. It's one of the few online spaces where I feel safe promoting radfem ideas.
The chat is restricted to users within a 5-mile radius, meaning there is a lot less noise that you need to cut through.
Most importantly, the audience assumes that every post or comment is coming from one of their peers, their immediate social community. If you are an old crone like I am (i.e., over 25 yrs old) then this is crucial to being heard. Opinions that these students would immediately dismiss when voiced by a "Karen" are considered seriously on YY.
My wife and I wade in to YY occasionally to offer comments that lift up and embolden young women and let them know they deserve better. We've made posts about how gross and dangerous sexual strangulation is, and how men need to stop watching porn. We drag men for their gross sexual entitlement and other male behavior, and post radfem talking points that otherwise would never come up.
I actually think this has started some productive conversations, or at least helps to normalize women knowing their worth and demanding better treatment. Some of our posts have received a surprising number of upvotes, which tells me there is definitely an appetite for feminist values.
If you live near a college campus consider making a YY account to spread some wholesome feminist content. If you do, plz report back to let me know how it goes!