Death threats, continuous harassment, and circular firing squads. Hypocritical social justice activists. A cesspit of antisemitism. Winking acceptance by the company staff towards explicit Neo-Nazis and their attacks on Jews and Rromani, to the point where I had to manage a centralized Block List for the protection of the Jewish community against serial harassers (who would use the list as a friending mechanism…). Utter apathy by those who say that they were for justice and equality for all, but who showed their own bigotry when Jews were the topic of discussion. Disgust at seeing Kapos suck up to those who were calling for their extermination.
But I also made friends there, and had a few shining moments where I managed to help and educate people, and reach out and connect with others in ways that helped them. I met my fiancee because she did the same to me. Plus the ability to help those who needed it, and to forge a sense of community out of those who were under siege because of what they were born as.