the-movemnt:You may have seen this comic floating around. It’s by artist Marie-Shirine Yener who created it after hearing numerous stories from friends about enduring anti-Muslim harassment in France. Yener also became more sensitive to injustice after being ridiculed for another aspect of her identity.
smallswingshoes:nativepeopleproblems:astrape:nativepeopleproblems:This isn’t an isolated insolent. A year or so ago I noticed Franchesca reblogging from GodGazi (sp?) and gently messaged her explaining why he’s violently antisemitic and would she please not reblog from him anymore. She deleted her reblog, but never answered the ask, privately or publically. At the time I didn’t think much of it but as others have said, this isn’t the first time she’s used the Holocaust as a rhetorical device. It’s at the point where I’m not comfortable supporting her anymore, which is really disappointing for me, but I don’t feel like her circle is a safe environment for me and my mom’s family.
2brwngrls:purplelittlemermaid:rudelyfe:misha-collins:Please report twitter user iamqueenari for targeted harassment.
uplifttogether:“In pretty much every case, Twitter’s quality filter blocked the outrageously obscene and threatening tweets, while still allowing the merely critical and disagreeable in. It blocked, for instance, various one-word expletives, comments on my appearance, all tweets (offensive and not) from my obvious troll accounts, spammy messages from some guy who tweets me the same thing all the time, and my co-worker’s promise to “kill you” (me). It did not, however, block more benign criticisms of my work, or the words “rape” or “kill” used in a news setting.
chuplayswithfire:Doing harassment prevention training for work and saw this. Since I often see people demanding a citation for “intent doesn’t matter” here’s one straight from the Eastern Michigan University harassment training manual.