I've been thinking about writing a blog. Nothing fancy. No private lives. No pictures. No product-shilling. Just writing words.
I tried Blogger and Wordpress and I had a bad experience with them, considering that the ToS became more restrictive over the years.
Bear Blog, preferably self-hosted.
How come you don't want to try self-hosted hand-written HTML/CSS or static site generator?
You could consider https://write.as/
this. there is also https://txti.es/ but NeoCities are probably better for you usecase.
Trash, just use Neocities.
org-mode can export to HTML and there are cheapo webhosts that cost less than 5$/mo.
If you what you are writing is not controversial, github static page with a fake account.
>https://herman-the-merman.itch.io/pandabutts i dont trust anything made by creatorfags)
>merckgroup.com hackathon (the same evil corporation who invented the covid rainbow pills)
SUS! SUS! he looks like a furry judging by the writing style and the pixel art might wanna steer clear of this one
>but anon what will i use for selfhosting? (THIS im gonna make my own blog next to the goyimTV channel so i can put my schizo rants there)
maybe dokuwiki? or custom made wiki/blogger software with custom simple theme or just plain HTML? (EWW wordpress and mediawiki supports the LGBT agenda AVOID)
>can you just selfhost this a VM like you do with the gaymes? how is this any different
unfortunately that's not gonna work for online based server software you see the VMs dont magically remove lgbtware backdoor inside and i want the site to be publicly open so users can make their own pages (like disroot but for cyberspace pirates)
also i swear if one day i were to update my system and the rainbows pop up on wangblows or edge im gonna do a quick format before this STD spreads to my uefi no questions asked
two more weeks left ((( pri DEMON th ))) is approaching (the vaxsexuals are gonna trample our streets and invite our kids in flipland)
TLDR if any website encourages free speech (in many such cases leftist) RUN for your life its always a false sense of ((( privacy ))) 9/10 times
if a platform actually cared about privacy it would make its intentions very clear and will not pretend to care about protecting users but shield itself from trouble