NC: Ooooo, someone talking about your blog being triggering when they go off to say that drugging someone or using alcohol on someone to force your intentions is something you can definitely resist and Gwen should be blamed. WONDERFUL. Fighting for the rights of survivors and then victim-blaming. Telling survivors who have submitted and reblogged those confessions they're being victims the wrong way by agreeing with them. Nice.
NC: Actually, it's a slap across the face for survivors to read that certain abuse doesn't "live up" to other peoples' abuse standards, especially in a fandom that loves to victim-blame Gwen.
I think your tagging system is just fine as it is. You're right - there is a difference between hate and criticism, and criticism isn't horrible to have in a tracked tag. Unwarranted hate? Yes. But not a good dose of criticism now and then.
Thank your for your opinion.
I believe it's more "forcing thoughts down someone's throat" when you continue to try and submit sexist, racist, and homophobic confessions to a blog who says they don't want to see them. This is ONE blog on the internet, and it's not the only Merlin Confessions blog. No one is forcing you to read it. But by continuing to disregard rules put in place, YOU are in fact forcing your ideals onto the mods. They don't need you.
Thank you for your support. =)
Because of the obvious way you edit ALL of the pictures, I can tell that you're not trying to make Angel's skin lighter. In that picture, her forehead IS light, but that seems to be because there was a bunch of light directed at that part of the original picture so your editing only made it lighter. I don't believe that's whitewashing? I think that's just how the picture turned out after the edit you used (like you use on all of them).
Thank you very much for your opinion.
We would like to hear more.
Just wanted to send some lovin' to one of the best confession blogs on Tumblr. :)
Thank you! <3