So the narrative now is that we're all ditching twitter because solidarity only gets shown for white women and... Like I don't doubt there's racism there but there are so many reasons to ditch twitter, more than just this last week's events, I'm not ditching it for that Rose person, I'm ditching it so people can consider switching to Mastodon because twitter is a bot filled nazi sanctuary
sigh now because I participated in this boycott now I look like a fucking yoghurt feminist
I can't even win with fellow feminists anymore roflmao
and, if I go back and post on twitter and forget about it, then I look like a piece of hypocritical shit too
I hate everything
@my2k There's always a bad take on anything. I say, don't listen to those people, and don't take it to heart. There's a social inertia - the first time something happened, some people reacted. The second time, more people will react, because there's a precedent. And so on. Besides, when the Leslie Jones event happened, I don't think Mastodon was there yet? There wasn't an alternative back then.
@my2k It's all so fecking complicated. There's good reasons to participate. There's valid criticisms. There's good reasons not to participate. It's just, try to be aware but also DAMN. Do whatever works for you. Regardless, this wasn't really organized or well thought out so no one should fell bad for either nor changing thier minds.
@my2k "Conservatives look for converts. Leftists look for traitors."
Maybe people are only feeling solidarity now because Rose is a white woman. Okay. Let's build on that success. Instead of telling everybody what they're doing wrong and exactly why they're not the perfect leftist yet, let's build something on what we're doing right.
@my2k I wrote a thing about this https://www.patreon.com/posts/problem-with-and-14855359