Quoran that’s influenced my views the most, you say?
She may well think I’m stalking her by now, with all the shout outs I’ve been giving her, but there’s a reason for it.
It’s a bad business to rank people, but:
- You asked about influencing views, not deepening views, or learning more about the world. That rules out my top 5 Quorans. 🙂
- I appreciate people who challenge my views on the world. They know who they are, because I keep thanking them for it.
- The social/political domain I think I’ve learned the most about since alighting here is transgender issues. I’m not quite sure how that happened; I think it started with me liking Elliott Mason’s English grammar posts, and then getting everyone he ever upvoted on my feed. 🙂
- Jae both talks about transgender issues, and challenges my views on the world as a card carrying SJW (or is that Social Justice Cleric?), and she talks about both with passion and lucidity.
- Jae has also taught me how not to hate comment blockers. Well, how not to hate comment blockers who have a reason for comment blocking I can appreciate, anyway.
Runner up—although again, ranking people is a foul thing to do.
Similar reasons, maybe less on the left in identity politics, but again, clear and lucid, both within and beyond his home topic of Native American issues.
I miss Sam.