I want this on my blog always.
- You can criticize something that you love—and still love it
- You can acknowledge the minority without erasing the majority
- You can disagree and be respectful
Diverse opinions and perspectives matter.
That is all.
[TW: harassment, threats, stalking, violence, slurs, racism]
So, someone decided to post this submission with a link to medievalpoc to a subreddit called “Tumblr In Action” this morning.
Let’s stop pretending we have no idea where this comes from:
And can we stop pretending as if these supposed “rules” actually mean anything, or are ever actually enforced:
Medievalpoc has received tens of thousands of hits from this particular subreddit from more than 60 separate threads, some of which have hundreds of derogatory comments, using slurs, threats, and racist ‘jokes’.
And it is somehow a “coincidence” that I have had to speak to police four times and make official reports due to threats, stalking, harassment, and other nastiness? That people have followed me around in person without my knowledge or consent because of this? People have circumvented the “ignore” function by creating accounts just to send racial slurs and threats.
The rest of this is going under a cut, because it is truly horrific. Please proceed with caution.
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The Sailor Scouts + Chibi Moon!! Fantasy Style by NoFlutter
Scott Woods (X)
The quote I used in this post.
People that think they are going to be magically independent when they become 18.
When I'm making references to "people" I seem to know a lot about but you don't, the chances are fairly good, I'm talking about my characters or characters of others in one of the PBeM RPGs I participate in or run.
The biggest of these is Apocalypse Later. Also, there's Ethera. I invite you to poke around if you're curious.
Welcome to the dream.