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So, recently Kate Beaton made some comments on Twitter about how sometimes guys that like her work will respond with comments she finds creepy/uncomfortable/offensive.

Gabby's Playhouse then did a webcomic entitled "How Every Single Discussion About Sexism and Woman-Type Stuff on the Internet (and real life) Has Ever Happened And Ever Will Happen, Always, Forever, Until the Earth Finally Falls Into The Sun. (Or until the patriarchy is finally dismantled.)"



Comic by Gabbysplayhouse.com
[Source.]

I don't quite get that last panel, but the rest of it is kinda recognizable.

Date: 2010-10-30 03:33 pm (UTC)
kingrockwell: he's a sexy (Mod Hat)
From: [personal profile] kingrockwell
Ooookay, that makes sense.
As to your earlier question, tone argument could, depending on the situation, fall under concern trolling (which is kind of synonymous with it?), misrepresentation, silencing tactics, and whatever -ism is being discussed at the time.
It's one of our bigger no-nos, we even devoted a whole section of the resources to it, which is why I wanted to make sure that wasn't the case here. All cool now. *thumps up*

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