To Boldly Go Where No One Has Gone Before.
Exactly. Or just hide the post, if you don't like it. Easier said than done. Unfollowing hurts no one and neither does post hiding on your own feed.
I just had a follower on Twitter not-so-subtly complain about me posting a certain kind of content, which brings me to this: why do people think that every single tweet must be catered to them?
If you don't like the stuff I'm posting, just unfollow and buzz off. It's that easy.
Unfortunately that is true for a lot of cases involving sex crimes and victims forced to become sex workers. People like to blame the victim instead of trying to empathize with them and take the steps to end the practice of sex slaves.So many women have suffered at the hands of Imperial Japan, especially the women tricked to be sex slaves. Despite all the hardship they've had to deal with, some are willing to forgive. Which is why it upsets me that there are disrespectful individuals who would call these victims as simply liars or prostitutes. That they would rather point the finger at someone else so they can seem less monstrous themselves. If that is not cowardice, I do not know what is.
Strange. Have you tried muting certain words and phrases to see if that helps any? Also, you can turn off notifications so you don't have to see them.The strange thing is I blocked and muted her and others on Twitter yet I keep getting emails about what they’ve posted. I just want to shove a pair of those overpriced pants down her throat and duct tape her hands together just to shut her up and make her stop using Twitter.
Where is there positivity? Most of the stuff I see in the forums are posts like Pokémon sucks, Game Freak doesn’t listen to the fans, the anime sucks, SWSH are the worst games in existence, Pokémon should be on the same level as Breath of the Wild, or how Goh’s the worst character in existenceThat and the constant barrage of negativity I get from reading the news. It’s depressing. This is why I like visiting the Pokémon forums here; it’s positive