The principle behind cancelling net neutrality is that ISPs will be able to charge content providers to give them some preference in bandwidth. The likelihood would be that a few large entertainment corporations would end up with slightly improved access (only slightly, because if they all pay for it, the same cake will still be being shared among the major users of bandwidth), and the rest of the world with slightly poorer access. And customers will end up paying the bill in the form of increased subscriptions.
It is a lousy idea, and fully in keeping with the American ideal that making money overrides all other considerations including commercial common sense.A view from an FCC member
There will be no targetted effect on the forum or its users; that's to say it, and they, will suffer as much or as little as most of the rest of the US-based Internet.