Reddit’s chosen charities handle sex, drugs and no religion

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Last week, Reddit announced it was giving 10 percent of its gross ad revenue to charities chosen by its community and opening a vote to decided which 10 would benefit. Now we have the results and the selection is about as Reddit-like as could imagine. The list includes tech non-profits – the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Tor Project, the Free Software Foundation and the Wikimedia Foundation – and organizations dedicated to studying the effects of psychedelic drugs – the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies and the Erowid Center. There’s also a non-theist charity – the Freedom From Religion Foundation – with the rest of…

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