Enjoy some music.
I need it to destress a bit.
Have a good night.
Yeah no. I remember those times. Like recently, when I was dealing with the insane shit the fandom was giving the creators over supposed queerbaiting.
Or before that, when I was defending a certain good friend of mine over the bullshit the fandom was giving her, which was around the time of the Emerald Debacle.
Before that it was RWBYRevolution, my attempt to start an actual positive wave of people against the hatred in the fandom. That only stopped because… Oh yeah! Snowflake showed up, spun the whole thing to be about me, and slandered me until this whole thing started.
I’ve been trying, dammit. More than what’s been done otherwise.
Like I’m trying here when I say “I wish you a good day.”
An apology is an apology when you regret the effects of your actions, and more importantly, want to take steps so it doesn’t happen again. Usually, this is something the one person can do on their own.
In this case, not so much.
Also. I know damn well how I feel about this. I want things to get better, no questions asked. I want everyone to feel comfortable in this fandom, to feel okay with each other, to not have to fear everyone else.
I am sincere in my apology.
They don’t have to worry about that, because no matter how much they do to me, they have made clear they never intend to apologize in turn. So it’s moot.
Thanks, man. Take care of yourself in all this, okay?
*Rock music blares in the background as hug rocks world* You ok, dude?
You and me both hope it ends soon. We’ll get there though, right?
Nnnnnnnnno. I apologize for the negative results of my actions, and as such would not do them again if given the choice. However, I know full well my intentions were not malicious or to make them uncomfortable. They were to make things better. As such, no way would I take them back.
By the by. Who’s needing to leave who alone here? Considering I’m just sitting here replying to asks. I’m not even talking to them right now, and just want to move on.
I want to move forward. And I’m doing that by not reblogging Snowflake’s posts on the blogs I know he has anymore.