Even as an adult, reading through wikipedia often feels like a punch to the brain because i’m not a thesaurus rex.
rightwinger lack of education source: https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/sep/29/donald-trump-still-king-poorly-educated/ ‘What is not in dispute, though, is how deeply Mr. Trump resonated, particularly among White voters without four-year college degrees, and how much it upended the political playing field.’
Wikipedians are aware that the open online encyclopedia may be too difficult, and there is a discussion of its reading level at https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Reading_level. Much of this discussion took place over a decade ago, but the gist is that many contributors write at or for the college level. What appeals to me most is at the end of the page, where Wikipedians are discussing accessibility and what it means to be open to all. Here’s my screenshot (in case it gets edited later).
Human society and cultural news, studies, and other things of that nature. From linguistics to philosophy to religion to anthropology, if it’s an academic discipline you can most likely put it here.