Pumpkinium wrote:i think of a group of people that are too obsessed with themselves and their friends that share similar opinions to the point at which they'd rather drive people away instead of fix a problem that has absolutely no drawbacks on account of defending what THEY find comfortable and not stopping to care if it makes someone else uncomfortable, no matter what their background is, and saying they 'can't accommodate for everyone.' (asking someone to stop using the tr*p slur, which is at absolutely no loss to the person using it.)
First of all, yes, the usage of "a male crossdresser" for the word trap was banned from the discord after you threw a fit thinking that it applied to you when it didn't. Second, there's a difference between driving people away, and not catering to someone who looks at every small detail and has to check the internet to see if you should be offended by something. You can't accommodate for every small thing tumblr told you was offensive.
Pumpkinium wrote:i think of a group of people that, at this point, have destroyed any desire for me to wish to speak in front of about things i find important to me because whenever i do, i get greeted with nasty opinions, jokes to throw away whatever i said on account of the joke, and the classic dogpiling the majority of this group mindset loves to participate in to the point at which the chat moves too fast to be able to construct any kind of thoughtful response in a timely manner.
Nonono im sorry you can't come out and say dogpiling is bad when you ARGUED FOR IT WHEN PEOPLE WERE DOGPILING EBLU. Literally argued that it was an ok thing to do.
Also, when has anyone thrown a nasty opinion towards you for talking? I can think of the time where I said you were dumb for wanting to name yourself after a video game character, and that's it. Maybe when you asked for names under the rule "Nothing straight, nothing fictional" and most people thought you were just joking.
Pumpkinium wrote:but this group of people i speak of is something the word clique can sometimes be used for, because when i think of this 'clique', i think of a group of people that i'm not welcome in. i expect everything i say to get some kind of argument or negative response because i KNOW everyone in the group always has something to say about me because i'm not meeting their unnecessary expectations of what a person should be like. i'm a transboy that wants to be called vulture and i'm a system of 5 distinct souls of demons and dragons alike having a good time. no one wants to take me seriously because they're too busy worrying about how stupid and fake my decisions are instead of just going 'oh hey that's cool.' because i have a history of getting in fights and then removing myself from them because i can no longer find the words to explain what's important to me.
No one has problems with you being trans. There are plenty of trans people in the discord. The main problem some people have with you is how easily you are to outrage and believe whatever you read online that tells you something is bad. That is something you could easily fix by chilling out and not being offended by fictitious problems. Save the drama and outrage for actual things worth being mad at, and chill out on things that don't need that.