I am interested in writing, but intend to write about a wide variety of topics, some of which are unconventional/politically incorrect enough that they may be detrimental to my professional reputation. And some of them are ideas that I would like to use my name for, and get credit if they gain reader traction. I am unable to judge right now which of them will be acceptable : At the start I will not associate my real identity with any of them.
Most blogging services allow pseudonymous accounts. But if I use them, then I cannot reveal my real name for the acceptable ones, without also revealing what else I write (potentially politically incorrect). Associating my real identity to a pseudonym is effectively irreversible on the internet.
(Anonymous) commenting facility for readers is a necessity for me. I also foresee a need to consolidate some essays by associating them with a single pseudonym, in order to let readers relate better to my other, interlinked essays.
Practically I foresee each essay getting a unique pseudonym, space for a brief bio for that pseuodonym, and a mechanism to update the bio. There also needs to be a large amount of existing content so that my essays don't form a significant fraction. That rules out hosting my own site.
The only existing site that allows low-overhead blogging and seems workable is http://write.as/ . It doesn't seem to have much content yet (Does it?), and I can't see a bio section.
Are there any better solutions?