Are you actually trying to use the fact that I’m an abuse survivor to shame me? Because that’s what it sounds like. And that’s really not okay.
I am pro-writers using tags and content warning. I am pro you asking Steffi if she’d add tags. There’s nothing wrong with that at all, or asking her about a specific fic. I am not pro someone clicking on a link they couldn’t verify was safe, then getting upset.
I don’t click links that I cannot verify as safe - that they’re not going to download viruses, that they’re not links to something that will trigger me.
I do not click.
If I want to click, I google. I do some research. I check out what the rest of the web says. It’s super easy to do this, especially when it comes to fic.
Hell, I did this yesterday before going to see Big Hero 6 just to be sure I’d be okay with the film.
And yes, sometimes I fuck up and I click something I shouldn’t and I get triggered. And then I cry, but I know I was the one who chose to click it.
I want people to be empathic and responsible, but I understand that I need to take care of myself first and foremost, not rely on others to do it for me, and that means I put a bit more effort into checking things out before I dive into them. It’s not as if opening google and typing in the title of a fic is that much effort in the first place.