Bad news: I’m no longer going to VidCon.
Good news: I’m going to LeakyCon London!
nerdswillwin asked: Did you ever like officially say you'll never post youtube videos again? Because I like your videos (especially on that one channel that rhymes with ... parcaschicks ... that we don't speak about any more) <3
Hello! I recognise your username! :D And to answer your question: not to my recollection. If a good idea ever strikes, I’ll make a video for it.
Anonymous asked: You're my favourite collaborator on both of the collab channels I've seen you in. Also I'm sad that you left youtube but I'm glad you're still tumbling (tumblring?). Have a nice day and goodluck with those cats! :)
Wow! Thank you! :) <3
Anonymous asked: There has been SO much racism and Islamophobia on my facebook newsfeed today. It makes me feel physically sick and miserable and frustrated and I just can't believe some people can be so ignorant and awful.
Cull, my friend. Cull away and block as necessary for your mental well-being. <3
If you go against someone’s opinion on the anonymous option you automatically have no value in your opinion because you don’t even have the confidence to attach your name to your beliefs.
I think this is unfair.
Obviously a lot of people will use anonymity purely to be nasty/make jabs/get very personal, as happened when someone sent me that ask about Lex and I called them out on it. But on the flip side … sometimes people who are well-known and well-loved can be incredibly problematic. No-one is immune to screwing up. And people who call them out publicly receive an onslaught of horrendous abuse from that person’s/band’s fans.
For many, anonymity isn’t cowardice; it’s a necessity to protect them from harassment.