Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Sealioning: "to describe the act of jumping into a discussion with demands for evidence and answers to questions"

From 2014:
The purpose of sealioning never to actually learn or become more informed. The purpose is to interrogate.


Compound this with being sealioned but multiple people, as is common on Twitter, and you've got a recipe for a very frustrating and fruitless timeline. If you respond, you are bombarded with even more questions by people who aren't asking to actually be convinced.