(Fandom is such a bizarre place. I’m sitting here, waiting to get my latest round of Kenalog injections, pondering this fact, like…one day, someone groundlessly attacks you, and you’ll get 40+ people coming to your immediate defense and gain just over 100 new followers in a week; meanwhile, another day, you take self-care measures for general sanity purposes during the busiest part of the semester and instantly lose two followers and then gain two more within ten minutes, seemingly due to said measures. If anyone has written a thesis on what dictates social-media interaction decisions in fans, I totally want to read it!)
titconao3 said: take care of yourself first. i’m of the same mind regarding the show, and i’m sure plenty more people are. <3
You take care of yourself, too *hugs* I hope you haven’t been too stressed.
I think that it’s…hard to express what a weird experience something like this is for GO fandom, no matter what someone thinks about it. We had nothing but a book and our collective fanworks for twenty-five years, and then, in about a five-year period, we’re being hit with two major media adaptations. For those of us who don’t adjust well to major environment-changes, whether it’s an issue of neurotype or not, it’s daunting.