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Block LGBTQ+

How do I go about blocking anything to do with LGBTQ+?

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      • Raymond
      • Raymond
      • 3 mths ago
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      Calvin Hobbes true

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  • If I'm understanding your question right, you should be able to take care of it with: (1) click on the Denylist tab after you log in to your next dns account (https://my.nextdns.io/login), (2) precisely add the domain "foxnews.com" to the "Add a domain..." text field, and (3) press Return to add it to the list. Then you'll have completely blocked anything to do LGBTQ+ from across the entire Internet.

    If you're still running into issues, however, I concur with @calvin_hobbes. I would recommend the Klein Tools D2000-28 Pliers (ref: amazon) as they have a very comfortable grip!

     

    Good luck!

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      • Raymond
      • Raymond
      • 3 mths ago
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      Clark C. thanks

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      • Adminu
      • Adminu
      • 3 mths ago
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      Clark C. thats hilarious. 

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  • Perhaps you should also consider adding the following to your denylist:

    Might I also suggest making a donation at hrc.org? They will send you a complimentary extensive list of domains to add to your denylist.

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      • Raymond
      • Raymond
      • 3 mths ago
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      Christian Stuck not American so Ron de Santos doesn't really bother me.

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  • really not sure how to comment to such stupidity....

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  • NextDNS does not work that way. It can't block LGBTQ+ items any more than it could block items related to abortion or vaccines or whatever political item you don't want to see.

    As others mentioned, the best you could do is figure out the domains to the political outlets you don't like and block them. Though you will get diminishing returns and block much more than the political item you dislike.

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      • Adminu
      • Adminu
      • 3 mths ago
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      Thurnun This could be a product, the ability to filter out content on the internet that parents dont agree with, hmmmm.

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