@yootsart Reblogging a post is hardly being a “good ally”. It takes zero effort and costs you nothing, incurring no risk and asking for no change in behavior. Getting notes by guilt-tripping people into reblogging a post they otherwise wouldn’t proves nothing.
You can reblog supportive posts all day and night and all it means is you look “safe” - at the end of the day you might be just another asshole. I recently made the mistake of believing that someone’s performed allyship on tumblr actually meant they knew the score and could be trusted offline, only to lose a friend of six years.
Comments like “[x demographic] won’t reblog this” doesn’t get people to change how they feel or behave about the topic. It just creates a moral signaling situation in which publicly demonstrating that you’re a Good Ally becomes the incentive to reblog. “[x demographic] okay to reblog/please reblog” is different because it isn’t a kind of passive-aggressive challenge that invites insincerity and virtue signaling.