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Reblogged from queenofthedorks :
tsarinajissa replied to your post “I have had to step away from curating PAX for socialnerdism, because…”
I was next to a bro talking about his plans of skipping D*C to do PAX instead, because D*C had just gotten too full of anime fangirls (1/?)
On my way to the airport. And I just rolled my eyes and wished him luck (2/)
Yeah. Cause god forbid women also be fans. fuck em. good that he didn’t go where you were going so you could enjoy it instead. (which it sounds like you did, so yay!)
(as to whether you want to know about the dragoncon one, probably not - though it was someone calling someone out for various stupidity including trying - though thankfully failing - for upskirt shots vs. the kinda drone of first hand misogyny from the - thankfully minority - of pax posts. I ended up actually recording where I found them in case I actually wanted to rant about them, but … )
Reblogged from geekgirlvideo :
I have had to step away from curating PAX for socialnerdism, because although the majority of the posts are great, there’s enough bullshit in there that my blood pressure is going to explode if I see the letters S, J or W again.
I wish this was a shock that this con has now won ‘most posts to make my skin crawl’ on my list (though ‘single worst post’ this weekend gets to go to dragoncon, which saddens me, cause great con … but assholes don’t give a shit how great the con they’re at is.)
This is part of the price we sadly pay for deciding to do curation - tag monitoring means all the bad as well as the good. wheeee. Still better than the sheer # of nudes that came up when I used to try to use the ‘geek’ tag I guess?
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Reblogged from knitmeaboat :
Regarding my post from the other day: this is probably a good time to mention that most of the...
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