Break Your Echo Chamber

Break Your Echo Chamber

Join The Doe to access tools and resources that teach you how to understand yourself, communicate with others and engage with new ideas.

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The Stories You Want to Hear

...And some you don’t. Learning to understand different perspectives means stepping out of your comfort zone. We publish hundreds of unfiltered personal narratives, along with resources for improving civil discourse, so there’s always new ways to challenge yourself.

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Membership Benefits

As a member, you’re taking the first step towards breaking down your echo chamber. Once you’re signed up, you can:

Take the Quiz

To break down your echo chambers, you have to know what they are. The Doe Prints quiz helps you get a sense of your own worldview and recognize how your personal values play a part in enforcing your beliefs.

Read the Narratives

After you’ve taken the quiz, you’ll receive recommendations for stories that challenge your way of thinking. Reading outside your comfort zone helps foster empathy, combat unconscious bias and improve your understanding of new and different opinions.

Compare and Contrast

Once you have your Doe Print, you can start comparing your value scores to those of our narratives—giving you unique context for what you’re reading and how it reflects or challenges your beliefs.

Track Your Growth

Through your personal dashboard, you’ll begin to see how your narrative recommendations evolve based on your engagement. You’ll see real evidence of growth and the motivation to continue.

Our Members Love Us (And You Will, Too)

“[The Doe is] a place where you can write fully and honestly, anonymously. There’s a strong sense of people being sincere, unfiltered.”
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“Love The Doe. It isn’t left, right or center. It’s just a platform to share the deepest of human experience in their truest self.”
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“I think it's a very important role and service that [The Doe is] offering people: to express themselves in ways they wouldn't do it publicly or even with a pseudonym.”
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Let's Get To Work

Take the first step to breaking down your echo chambers by becoming a member with The Doe.