I’ve once again opened up this blog for your submissions, so please submit me stuff. If I get enough I’ll make it submissions only for the rest of July. I encourage you to send through images from your archives, plus feel free to message me with blog suggestions.
if you want to protect children in fandom, do you know what’s a good thing to fight for?
better tagging practices on works, more nuanced critiques of works that don’t involve embarrassing yourself by reporting it to ao3 and then whining when they don’t change their entire goal as a company to cater to you, better education for newer fans of filtering and curating their own fandom experiences and keeping themselves safe, a general move for all of fandom away from websites like tumblr or twitter where curating one’s own experience is made difficult or impossible by the format of the website itself
do you know what’s not a good thing to fight for?
a theoretical ~fandom paradise~ where the only ships you can find content for are good ships and all survivors cope with “healthy” methods that are Anti-Approved, and where no one who isn’t a survivor ever even Thinks about a bad ship, because just thinking about it Will turn you into a bad person if you aren’t a survivor, and where all dark content is completely banned because it’s dangerous