I am a member of mindfreedom international. I advocate for people who are labelled with a "mental disease" and I offer supportive thinking and also my research is in disproving that "mental diseases" or lunacy exists, and discrediting the agencies that identify them.
I support mad thinking and I try to show how "detention prevention detention" is unconstitutional. (just saying for instance I think the right to be dangerous is literally explained in the constitution, outright stated. IMO people have a right to be dangerous, or to hold property that is dangerous to another, the right to look dangerous, and so on.)
I literally do not like psychiatry. I hate the profession and those in it. I'm militant anti psychiatry since early, since a long time ago, 1998 I think. Asylums are really too creepy to be there for the proported reasons that they are. It's basically that, this person did something that is not necessarily a crime and they want to torture him or her. Who knows really, but they are too creepy to be existing for the said reasons they exist.
Aren't they just too creepy? Isn't that a stand alone reason why we must stop them?
jails aren't creepy. asylums are.
If there is anything I'm militant about it's that. Other than that I don't really get involved in society's affairs.