According to r/undelete a Reddit co-founder and other members of Reddit are working to develop a site-wide approach to address what they define as harassment and non-civil behavior. You don't have to be a genius to know that this includes anything they perceive as anti-women or remotely critical of feminism, liberalism, etc. A feminist power grab will obviously target groups like SRSSucks, MensRights, and TheRedPill. With nearly 100k members I believe the censure of this subreddit is approaching, either with its outright banning or forcing the mods to implement an admin-approved behavioural policy.
I can't link you directly since TRP already suffers under strict rules linking to other parts of the site (hint: we're already second class citizens), so if you want more background information go to r/undelete and r/SRSSucks to see posts about "DiscussTheOpenLetter"
The titles of the posts in question are:
What is up with r/discusstheopenletter? And why are admins bowing down to sjw demands regarding sitewise hate speech rules. (https://archive.today/raryF)
Is Reddit about to Digg™ its own grave? Leaked discussion from private sub-reddit showing that Reddit admins, including co-founder u/kn0thing, are meeting with, "experts and activists" and may be looking at limiting site freedoms against people or groups deemed offensive. (https://archive.today/hMusq)
Google Cache searches for r/DiscussTheOpenLetter show that they're referring to things like r/MakeUpAddiction and their recent "you'll be banned if you disagree with us, because that's harassment and body shaming" policies.
My point is that TRP will obviously be targeted, if not by this than by something else that comes along with the winds of politically correct intolerance. We should have an action plan.
Valuable posts here and the sidebar should be archived. I don't know if there are any efforts to do this.
An alternative Reddit should be used. I've seen people recommend the following safe-haven from SJWs: https://voat.co/. To date this is the best alternative I've seen, and the format of Reddit is perfect for the type of content we post.