I do not think I have a First Amendment right to post on a public website either “I fantasize about beating the world chess champion” or “I fantasize about murdering the world chess champion.” Doing so may be highly therapeutic, but with apologies to a significant percentage of my family, the Constitution provides no special protection to therapy. The First Amendment protects discourse about public affairs, defined broadly but not capaciously. A very high percentage of what takes place on the internet is not discourse and has little or nothing to do with public affairs.Abstract painting is speech. Music is speech. Dance is speech.
Repeats, again and again. The top image is an image of religious activity; the bottom image is of secular activity.
Technocratic reason divides language into "serious" and "unserious", by which definition the works of Plato are serious and the works of Aristophanes are not.
"Democracies have freedom of speech not because governments grant it but because the government is not granted the power to take it away."