I have posted on Reddit some, and I quit it like, a few months ago and honestly it's the best and hardest choice I made. All the other social media that I clipped loose was easier than Reddit. It had its perks, but ultimately, it's never once gotten me an art commission and the burning weight of its toxicity was bearing down on my soul.
It really depends where you go. All the food related subreddits are good, with many redditors who are very passionate about cooking. The subs writing and self-publish really gave me some useful info in getting my books out. I advertise regularly on artstore and the fan art and comic book art subs are decent. Once you customize it to what you like it's great. I probably made close to $1000 last year just from going to website listed on the sub beermoney. Oh, and I love both fullmoviesonyoutube and documentaries. No there's a wealth of stuff there if you avoid the toxic parts.
Decades ago, a disturbed man broke into the local TV news station and held the newscaster at knifepoint, demanding he read a manifesto on air. Disturbed manifestos are so much easier to distribute now.