Great anti-pseudoscience, anti-quackery, anti-authoritarianism resource!
Rational Wiki is slightly biased pro-left no doubt. There are, however, some articles that do criticize the left or other people besides just white conservatives:
RW does have fair share of opinion crept in, though, ought to be noted. Thankfully, like Wikipedia, there sometimes is the "Citation needed" -note in place where a citation hasn't been added. Oftentimes citations can be found.
Sections on logical arguments are gold!
Recommended alongside many other sources.
With the pervasiveness of misinformation, half truths and outright lies to be found in social media it is absolutely necessary that sites like this exist to inform and educate and to foster critical thinking.
This is a good and useful site since it promotes rational thought and helps debunks some of the more pernicious lies, disinformation campaigns and other poison that can be found on the internet.
I would consider this child-friendly as well since one would want their children to be wise and think for themselves.
I'll start with an edited tweet by Anita Sarkeesian.
Metapedia has poor ratings because it's (at least it seems to be) a Neo-nazi wiki.
Rationalwiki may not take itself seriously, but it deserves to be treated equally to its slightly less rational counterparts.
No viruses or any other sort. However, it is terribly biased towards third wave feminism/atheism :
"Christina Hoff Sommers (born 1950) is a self-declared feminist"
-Note the word "self-declared"
Questionable use of language and is also a for-atheism site. I am not religious, but Wikipedia is a better source of unbiased information than this site.
Website is safe, information is slightly biased
They bias here is amazing. The info here is mostly factual but cherry-picked so any factuality is canceled out. They slander and bash anyone who does not share their Atheism+ SJWhiner viewpoints regardless of what those groups/people believe.