>>99449736>if you have a female protagonist that's a little overweight or a little too competent, you're a feminazi
t. leftist pretending to be a centrist
What you're doing here is projection, just because liberals (don't you dare lump the extreme left into sjws to distance yourself from it, because just a couple years ago sjws were advocating for things you're supporting today) identify the stance of an author with only identity politics doesn't mean others do the same thing.>you see a post on /co/ calling something a tumblr product, a post made by someone who saw progressive influences reminiscent of other works from tumblr in not just the main character>you notice how the work contains a mtf trans fat black lesbian with hipster clothing and piercings and a loud personality>assuming the other anon came to the conclusion using identity politics like you did, you immediately accuse him of coming to quick conclusions
See the irony here?>twitter OP's should be banned
Only because they impose a new perspective that is harmful to your current worldview causing discomfort. Of course twitter screenshots that aren't baiting people like you (news, artwork, leaks) would be more acceptable?
Here's the thing: threads like these garner leftist attention, causing a huge bias in thread sentiment to the tumblr defenders. The mods want this; incoming tumblrtards would be less wary of the board, the place becomes more 'diverse' and 'tolerant', and they don't have to trudge through opposing viewpoints that they find difficult to justify a ban just for the power trip. Take a field trip to places like /v/ and /tv/ (don't linger though, please) and you'll see how this board would've been. If you decide that they're too uncivilised and full of shitposting, remember that that's the same thing reddit calls 4chan. You belong on reddit, you do not fit into the culture, and you'd have been shunned of the site if it were not for external influences.