Please forgive me if this is out of line, but I wanted to add something.
I'm not sure how old you are but, based on some of the posts I've seen from you, I would guess teenager. If that is the case, then you're probably around the same age I was when my family got the internet and I discovered the wider world of Orthodoxy...both good and bad. It was about that time that I started reading things and seeing things and decided I had to know more. This is what I mean by my "experience." That kind of stuff can be dangerous for anyone, but it's far more dangerous for someone at that age, especially as you are growing in the Faith. I, personally, became a very legalistic and judgmental person. And, instead of focusing on my own life and my spiritual growth, I decided that I knew better than others and began condemning others and deciding who was right and wrong.
These are not things you want when you're trying to grow closer to God. Perhaps those who are more spiritually mature can handle that, but the majority of people in their teens cannot handle that and it will cause distraction and affect your spiritual life. Even now, at my much older age, I tend to stay away from that because I know what it incites in me. Save yourself the heartache and don't pay attention to that junk. Unless the bishop starts spouting off heresies and trying to take the people away from God or the Faith...let other people get caught up in it, but not yourself.
Focus on God, serving Him and growing closer to Him and the Faith. All the other stuff is unimportant in the grand scheme of things.
Please forgive me if I offend.