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:D Can you take pictures?
I can! and I will, though the game is in tutorial mode right now so it may take a while before I have a decent one of Neesha. I also made Zelda whoops 8>
i really dont like this whole “you cant have an opinion on tumblr” attitude because really its “you cant have a hateful/offensive/ignorant opinion on tumblr because youll get called out and corrected”
a good and appropriate consequence
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ALL THE OTHER FANDOMS ARE LIKE
AND ELEMENTARY IS HERE LIKE
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You’re worth a million cookies and I like you
no I like you
If you step on my foot, you need to get off my foot.
If you step on my foot without meaning to, you need to get off my foot.
If you step on my foot without realizing it, you need to get off my foot.
If everyone in your culture steps on feet, your culture is horrible, and you need to get off my foot.
If you have foot-stepping disease, and it makes you unaware you’re stepping on feet, you need to get off my foot. If an event has rules designed to keep people from stepping on feet, you need to follow them. If you think that even with the rules, you won’t be able to avoid stepping on people’s feet, absent yourself from the event until you work something out.
If you’re a serial foot-stepper, and you feel you’re entitled to step on people’s feet because you’re just that awesome and they’re not really people anyway, you’re a bad person and you don’t get to use any of those excuses, limited as they are. And moreover, you need to get off my foot.
See, that’s why I don’t get the focus on classifying harassers and figuring out their motives. The victims are just as harassed either way.
The comment is in reference to sexual harassment that occurred at the Readercon convention and the subsequent defense of the situation by some members of fandom and the Readercon Board.
It’s also applicable to other situations where someone claims their intentions were pure and they didn’t mean to do something sexist/racist/heterosexist/abelist, etc. Even if you did not mean to step on someone’s foot—you did.
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My dog understands the word “No,” so how are you going to tell me teenage boys don’t know the difference between rape and consent?
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