Online community is defined as the group of people who share, interact and work together to reach a common goal. “Online communities are no longer primitive forums”. Now it is all about connection via social media, ‘life hacks’, common interests and most importantly – interaction with other people.
Most of you probably heard about MUMSNET, even if you do not have multiple children. Yet. This online mother community has a quite diverse reputation. Some people see it as active judgmental feministic movement and some see it as a simple story sharing website. Before you start being all passive, I would like to underline that it is not all about the breastfeeding or variety of trolleys. Even though you can find like a billion examples of it. But it is not relevant to any of you. Yet. There are broad sections about traveling and cooking, saving and working.
In my defence, I think it is a positive example of online community. Every member, must benefit from their participation, otherwise they would not be a part of it. I think there are no limitations for this particular online society. Every child is different and every mother see the situation from a different perspective.
Would you say this online community is positive example or just a bunch of outraging feminist?