hold on. hold on.
What in the world does he have on his wall, the quaggon.
I’m surprised you haven’t heard of Quaggan Club. A wannabee competitor of Moto set up this indie simulator. Twub is a huge fan of the simulators absurdity…. and sneaky depth to plot. It’s a hypothetical Tyrian future run by hyper intelligent Quaggans who becomethemainraceafteralltheotherracesarewipedoutbytheelderdragons I mean who doesn’t like Quaggans.
I’ve been racking my brain about how to connect with more disabled women of color online, & I thought of the idea to create a hashtag for us to make that happen.
I wanted this hashtag to be short, sweet, & easy to remember.
I took time to research many combinations to make sure that I wasn’t appropriating an already used one. (I learned from the #NoShameDay incident earlier this year.) Hashtags like “DWoC” & “WOCD” were already in use, & I didn’t like the possible misinterpretation of “DisWoC” (could be used to *diss* WoC / used in a misogynoir manner).
So, after seeing that WOCwD had very little use online (only a handful of tweets since 2012 & 2013, & they didn’t seem to be about anything cause/advocacy worthy), & saw that there wasn’t anything tagged on Tumblr with this hashtag combination, I thought that this may work.
I want this hashtag to be ours. I want this hashtag to bring disabled WoC together because it’s hard to find each other in this online world.
Please support, & signal boost this tag. I’ve registered it on Twubs, so it now has an “official” purpose.