- it’s how you treat those who ship other pairings (or ot3+s) - kindness and thoughtfulness towards your fellow fan is more progressive than ship bashing, anon hate, or other forms of abuse
- it’s how you treat female characters and characters of color while pursuing your ship, even if you think they’re “in the way” of your OTP
- it’s how you treat the existence of bi/pansexuality, asexuality, aromanticism (we fucking count)
- it’s how you treat canonically queer characters
- it’s how you treat trans people/characters/headcanons
- it’s how you depict marginalized perspectives/narratives (falling back on harmful tropes can replicate harm)
- it’s how you treat actual queer people in fandom (if they say something might be problematic, maybe be more thoughtful about it in the future?)
- it’s about how you treat marginalized people/characters/perspectives aside from those listed above (like those with/about mental &/or physical disabilities, etc)
- it’s about who (characters, actors, media producers) you choose to “defend” - against whom or what? - and whose bad behavior you choose to excuse or overlook
- there are probably more bullet points, but this is all I can think of off the top of my head
I think it’s about how you ship, not what you ship.
This is how that scene should have gone.
I have loved this long, I shall love it forever.
Sherlock AU: When Sherlock is sent to rehab, he meets Doctor John Watson, the man responsible for turning his life around.
Motion in Architecture is mainly associated to the 4th dimension: Time. Time, through the body, experiences the building. In Architecture Animée (Animated Architecture), as part of Spontaneous architecture project, Axel de Stampa uses GIF format to develop a different approach. While the visitor doesn’t move, the building offers different perceptions, comes alive and reveals additional evidence. (cf. 1W1P)
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