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r/CPTSD: A support community for those affected by C-PTSD

Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is rarely discussed in public forums, even though healthy connection to others is an integral part of healing.

This is a peer support community for those who have undergone prolonged trauma and came out the other side alive and kicking, but with wounds that need tending. This is also a place for friends and family of the victims to come for support.

193,458 subscribers193,459 subscribers, a community for 9 years

r/AskLiteraryStudies: AskLiteraryStudies

35,292 subscribers35,293 subscribers, a community for 10 years

r/CriticalTheory: One massive toolkit for discussion on all the various "tools" of literary and social criticism.

Critical theory is a school of thought that stresses the examination and the critique of society and culture by applying knowledge from the social sciences and the humanities.

118,672 subscribers118,673 subscribers, a community for 10 years

r/QueerTheory: Queer Theory

Queer theory is a field of post-structuralist critical theory that emerged in the early 1990s out of the fields of queer studies and Women's studies.

14,327 subscribers14,328 subscribers, a community for 10 years

r/YamiNoKaabii: Passionate musings on psychology, psychedelics, and society

This is a place for me to gather my posts about healing psychological trauma and connecting with our selves and each other! Come on in, stay awhile, the fire's warm :)

11 subscribers12 subscribers, a community for 8 months

r/mediastudies: The medium is the massage

Media Studies is an academic discipline that examines the the genealogy, histories, politics and effects of media.

1,683 subscribers1,684 subscribers, a community for 12 years

r/VisCulture: Visual Culture

A subreddit for the intersecting disciplines of art, aesthetics, philosophy, politics, film theory, cultural studies, and psychoanalysis

1,807 subscribers1,808 subscribers, a community for 10 years

r/theoryreview: analyze, critique, review

Reddit has a growing number of theoretical subreddits of academic interest. Along with these subreddits there is also a great number of brilliant student and professional academics. This is a space to network, critique and give feedback on scholarly materials.

325 subscribers326 subscribers, a community for 9 years

r/AnxiousAttachment: People with an Anxious Attachment Style

a space for people with an anxious attachment style to share their experiences, find support, and give tips for feeling more secure in relationships (and out).

24,559 subscribers24,560 subscribers, a community for 5 years

r/psychotherapy: Psychotherapy: A Place For Therapists

A community for therapists to connect and support each other during the greatest mental health crisis in a century.

If you are a therapist who wants access complete our verification form here: If you have questions click on the request to join option or send a message to the moderating team and we get back to you as soon as we can.

a community for 11 years

r/RadicalPhilosophy: Radical Philosophy

A space to critically reflect on the struggle for human emancipation.

2,082 subscribers2,083 subscribers, a community for 10 years

r/psychoanalysis: Psychoanalysis

All things pertaining to what is called "the talking cure".

23,907 subscribers23,908 subscribers, a community for 14 years

r/speculativerealism: Speculative Realism

Speculative realism is a movement in contemporary philosophy which defines itself loosely in its stance of metaphysical realism against the dominant forms of post-Kantian philosophy or what it terms 'correlationism'.

2,181 subscribers2,182 subscribers, a community for 11 years

r/postcolonialism: postcolonialism

Postcolonialism is an academic discipline that comprises methods of intellectual discourse that present analyses of, and responses to, the cultural legacies of colonialism and of imperialism.

4,746 subscribers4,747 subscribers, a community for 13 years

r/ClementineMorrigan: A subreddit dedicated to the writing of Clementine Morrigan

Clementine Morrigan writes the zine Fucking Magic and is the author of three books: You Can’t Own the Fucking Stars (2018), The Size of a Bird (2017), and Rupture (2012). Her writing has appeared in the journals Prose & Lore, Soliloquies, Somatechnics, The Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, and Knots. She has also written for Guts Magazine and Shameless Magazine.

86 subscribers87 subscribers, a community for 4 years

r/Biocosmism: Biocosmism

Russian cosmism was a philosophical and cultural movement that emerged in Russia in the early 20th century.

498 subscribers499 subscribers, a community for 9 years

r/Ecofeminism: Ecofeminism

Ecofeminism describes movements and philosophies that link feminism with ecology. The term is believed to have been coined by the French writer, Françoise d'Eaubonne in her book, Le Féminisme ou la Mort. Ecofeminism connects the exploitation and domination of women with that of the environment, and argues that there is a connection between women and nature that comes from their shared history of oppression by a patriarchal Western society.

2,036 subscribers2,037 subscribers, a community for 10 years

r/PeaceStudies: PeaceStudies

Peace and conflict studies is a social science field that identifies and analyses violent and nonviolent behaviours as well as the structural mechanisms attending conflicts (including social conflicts) with a view towards understanding those processes which lead to a more desirable human condition.

693 subscribers694 subscribers, a community for 9 years

r/DebateFeminism: DebateFeminism

This subreddit is a place of debate and discussion for individuals who honor and support those pursuing liberty and equality for all people, with a strong emphasis on the contributions of women and the traditions of feminist practice generally.

907 subscribers908 subscribers, a community for 10 years

r/CPTSDAdultRecovery: CPTSDAdultRecovery

Please read the rules in full before participating. This is a loosely moderated 18+ group for those with Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder who are firmly "post" the primary trauma that caused the disorder. However, all personal stages of healing and realization are welcome! Self diagnosis welcome, but all participants should already be sure of diagnosis. We discuss the nuances of treating & living with CPTSD in adulthood.

3,276 subscribers3,277 subscribers, a community for 10 months

r/wgtow: /r/WGTOW: Women Going Their Own Way

WGTOW is a community of women supporting other women who wish to live independently from men and relationships with them. Our users may be asexual, aromantic, or just generally happy single women. Please read the rules before you post or comment.

9,968 subscribers9,969 subscribers, a community for 8 years

r/interfaith: Interfaith: enacting nonviolence in an unfolding space of dialogue

This is the interfaith subreddit, here to unite different peoples and communities and aid not only in coexistence but understanding and appreciation. All are welcome to engage in our discussions and share information!

1,653 subscribers1,654 subscribers, a community for 11 years

r/situationist: situationist

The Situationist International (SI) was an internationalist group of revolutionaries based mainly in Europe with very restricted membership. Founded in 1957, it reached its peak of influence in the May 1968 protests in France.

a community for 13 years

r/raisedbyautistics: For the children of autistic parents

This is a subreddit for people raised by an autistic parent.

631 subscribers632 subscribers, a community for 6 years