This is the informal code of woke social justice that I have come to observe in the era of social media: You absolutely must be doing social justice or there is something very wrong with you. Yet you must not post about the social justice you are doing, because then you are virtue signaling. Yet if you say nothing, you shall be explicitly or implicitly judged for your abominable indifference. And other such ridiculous rules.
Last month Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times wrote a sobering investigative report about the dark side of the porn industry. His work inspired some concrete reforms designed to protect victims of crippling shame and sexual abuse. But are these reforms enough as long as porn continues on? Is the widespread availability of porn, now so easy to access via smartphones and the internet, a "stealth public health crisis" (as one feminist scholars argues)? If so, what other steps can be taken to address it?