ETA: Please see below for image description.
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[Description: a bingo board of 25 squares reading:
- You should be more careful with your language.
- Let’s find a middle ground by you changing your behaviour
- He isn’t being a bully because he’s factually correct
- I checked this with my friends and they agreed with me
- You were triggered by that? That wasn’t triggering
- You were triggered? But they had good intentions
- You’re scaring people away by being too angry!
- I wasn’t offended by this so you’t really be offended by this
- How dare you get fed up engaging with someone who just mansplains and ignores your points!
- This isn’t about criticising your style, it’s about you doing things the wrong way
- You’re getting bullied? Well, I can’t help what other people say.
- You can’t quit! I’ll destroy the whole blog instead
- FREE SQUARE – pretend this whole thing is about someone else –
- We’ll be different from X. But I want us to be more like X.
- You’re scaring people away! How dare you make me the bad guy
- Let’s not have a firm moderating policy, we can just speak our minds when it comes up. Except now
- How dare you say I tone argumented you when I just said you should be careful with your language!
- I don’t think it’s problematic so it must not be problematic
- We don’t play “nice feminist/mean feminist” games! But… be nicer
- I didn’t call you a bitch. I just said you should be less scare.
- This should be a safe space for newbies! Should I have mentioned that earlier?
- He wasn’t being a douchebag, he’s one of my friends!
- You’re being bullied? How dare you make me the bad guy.
- We’ll agree to disagree, except when you disagree you have to shut up.
- I said you were scary and now you’re uncomfortable participating? How dare you make me the bad guy!]
ETA: I am very honoured to have been reblogged by Jaded16India, and very thankful to abigq for taking the time to write up an image description. When I posted this initially I was obviously a bit pissed off and chose not to take that time myself. This was a clear expression of my ableist privilege and I will in future not prioritise my being pissed off over basic accessibility etiquette.