The existence of the digital space on the one hand allows the transfer of shared values through various platforms and digital media content. Through this, support for social movements can be done individually and started with a simple click. But on the other hand, it is common to find digital media content that indirectly leads to competitive-distinctive practices in the form of exposure to a person’s various privileges. The development of this kind of content opens up the possibility of encouragement to the rise of competition in increasing the achievement of social position and status, and forgetting their coexistence with others. Taking into account the openness nature of the digital space, of course, responses towards this reality needs to be built from the individual level, so that the individual knowledge horizon for this reality needs to be developed continuously.