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  • Sunday
    TER

    I decided to put up the original chapters of The Empty Room for easier reading, while leaving the full version and Edited chapters up.

    Bear in mind that:

    No, it's not dead, the re-write is just in hiatus due to a lot of other stuff. But I will revisit it and I will finish re-writing what needs rewriting.

    I don't think you'll be getting a whole bunch of chapters, given that they were pre-published and never deleted, so you shouldn't receive any announcements/notifications besides this tagged blog about it... if you do, that's weird since it's not how its supposed to work, but please let me know since that should be fixed. And also, I apologize if that's the case. Again: my understanding is that the site should not do that.

    Anyway, if you haven't read it... it has a "Rollercoaster" tag in EqD for a reason, and sure the formatting is not that great, being the same from back in the day when Fimfic was just starting, and 70 people so far have proved that they have no concept of what a good story is, but just because they have no taste, it doesn't mean you shouldn't give it a go.

    Just sayin'. :ajsmug:

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  • Thursday
    So let's be honest here...

    How often do you write new stories and what do you aim for when you do so?

    For me it's a combination of things. Depending on the story, I'm doing it to either get ideas out of my head, deal with internal struggle, or simply because I want to tell a story.

    But there are many other reasons to write. Why do you do it?

    Do you want to be Pon-E-famous?

    Write with the sole objective of proving you can make it to EqD?

    Is it because the top of the Feature Box just looks that appealing?

    Do you have some sort of social criticism you want to make through fan fiction?

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  • 1w, 2d
    Okay, let's tackle the elephant in the room...

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  • 1w, 3d
    Man, it's just weird...

    I'm not really into Wrestling, but being in Mexico you couldn't avoid the thing, and one of those famous wrestlers was "El Hijo del Perro Aguayo", who would pop up in references and tv shows for years to come. He died fighting Rey Mysterio (who I believe is pretty well known in the US) yesterday. He wasn't even that old, 35, and in excellent physical condition. Both are pros as well, so the chances of something like this happening were really slim... and yet, there he goes.

    It's weird how this makes me feel... like I said I've never been into Wrestling, but it's yet another name of someone who is always there and then just isn't anymore, you know what I mean?

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  • 1w, 3d
    Spring is almost here for real...

    ...and you know what really, really has me hyped up?

    That. All of my yes. All of my: "Stop everything it's out!" yes.

    And sure, this has been floating around since last year but... it's finally here! Just around the corner! Koji Wada sings again! (despite his cancer). The best Digimon story continues!

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  • 1w, 5d
    The last LAN party I attended was...

    ...like 10 years ago. I think.

    The reason I'm digging out dead tamagotchis is because I was recently thinking about how I dislike MMORPGs and why. I have nothing against people that play them, mind, and I have played them myself, but even as the years went by and the technology improved and the graphics became nicer... they all have the same problem I hate: basically, nothing you do matters at all, other than to you, and possibly guild/group members.

    You go through the hardest dungeon... nobody cares. Doesn't really affect the rest of the story (if there is any, other than a metaplot) and everything in it respawns in a day or two at the most for someone else to do it again, or for you to do it again if you want an extra chance at getting that 0.00001%-chance-to-get magical item that changes your cape color.

    Yeah. No.

    You see, to me a game has to provide more than the basic MMORPG formula of: hack and slash, rinse, repeat. Sure, there are little side quests, and such, but again, the virtual world your character lives in is not affected at all by you completing said quests. You can kill the biggest, baddest, most hardest badass dragon-monster-tentacle-thingy that would have otherwise "consumed the world" and nothing changes. You get an item, maybe a new quest.

    It's mindless mining for virtual stuff. Some people really dedicate hours, upon hours, upon hours to doing this stuff, meticulously designing, changing and using pre-designed items to make their characters look "unique". I mean, I get it: you like doing that. But again, that's really not my thing.

    Thinking about that, I realized that, to me, the best multiplayer game I could experience would be much like a classic D&D session works, only in an actual video-gaming situation. Playing it sort of like you did in LAN parties with a select group of buddies. There's a world, your character (and your friends' characters) live in it, you get together and go on quests... but! It's not the whole damn world and their trolling cousin also in there. It's a group thing, you do the quests, and they actually affect the bigger plot! If you kill a good guy, your actual reputation for the rest of the game might be affected, same if you kill "the scourge of the East": it should have some consequence and actually stay there.

    Additions to the game could be purchased and added, taking a few ideas of how Mass Effect sorta-did-and-didn't do some things, although the intention was there: were you a dumb-ass and lost Wrex in Virmire? He stays dead. It has consequences: the Krogan won't be united in the end or at real peace.

    I guess what I'm saying is, for a game to keep my interest, my actions have to matter beyond getting a token price.

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  • 2w, 19h
    What is it that makes people...

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  • 2w, 4d
    Ye gods...

    I was born this coming Sunday so long ago...

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  • 2w, 5d
    Dear Terry...

    It was a long time ago that I first read one of your books and, bewildered, scratched the back of my head and said: "Wat?"

    A few years later, I moved to London and then I got it.

    It's sad that I write to you now, when your internet connection might not be steady enough to get this message, but well, stranger things have happened. There's a few things I always wanted to share with you, although realistically I knew I'd be more likely to pen(type) this letter to you than actually get to sit down and tell you about them.

    I'm sorry I never got to buy you a Banana Daiquiri.

    Terry, your stories were a real treat to read. Yeah, I'm sure people told you that all the time, and now a lot of "readers" will spring out and declare how hipster they are because they read you a long time ago and they knew who you were. I... don't feel like arguing with them, to be honest. I know that the ones that really know who you were, were at your bedside, or sat down with you to write stories, or talk, or have tea or the aforementioned daiquiris. I blame my like of those on you, by the way.

    Anyway... what you did is not easy to do. I read other satires by different authors, but they all leaned so heavily on the message that delivering it got lost in the jumble and they were as subtle as Cohen taking over a town. You, instead, wrote in a way that would engage the reader and make us all stop and think about what was said every few lines. There were so many truths and moments in each story that made at least me pause and reconsider that I can't even count them!

    I don't think I have to say much about Discworld... it's so well know and so creative! I have to admit, the way it grew with each book is somehow incomparable. Others have attempted the same feat... I won't name any names, don't worry... and none have come close enough to break that very special barrier of disbelief quite like you did.

    In the end, Terry, you brought so much joy and laughter to this world that I can't say I feel empty, like some others have. Your work will remain here for a long, long time, and new readers will be born every year. You don't leave us with a sense of loss, Terry, you leave us with a great inheritance of thoughts and ideas and fun.

    I only got to know you through your words, like I've gotten to know some authors, and I can only thank you for doing the exact opposite of leaving a hole in me.

    I still would have liked to buy you that daiquiri though.

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  • 3w, 1d
    Last blog of the night, I promise!

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  • 3w, 1d
    YES!

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  • 3w, 3d
    What could have been...

    “Listen, candy mane,” she grinned maliciously. “I'm going to do you a favor, only the one, favor and tell it to you straight: There are no fair fights here. Ever. You shouldn't have brought your fancy tricks unless they included explosions, fireballs or lightning.” Her claws dragged against Sweetie's armor. “If you don't have any of those, you should have brought a gun or something that can blow someone's brains out. Next time, you'll either heed my advice or I'll let these... guys... take care of you.”

    A few patrons laughed and other cheered, looking at Sweetie Belle almost hungrily.

    “So,” Gilda laughed. “What do you have to say, marshmallow? Do you have any of those?”

    “Wait.” Sweetie raised a hoof. “You mean to say I could have blasted someone's brain out with my fireball spell, or electrocuted that guy over there...” she pointed at an ogre. “Until his brains ooze from his ears and I wouldn't get in trouble?”

    Sweetie looked around the room.

    “So... I could levitate the raccoon, smash him through the table, then use them both to pummel the goblin into a pulp and no-one would say anything? I mean... so, I can split the floor in half and watch everyone without wings or magic fall down the mountain and I would get respect?

    Sweetie's eyes went wide. “Hey! So, what happens if I use your shot glass and use it to spear through the Diamond Dog? Or tie everyone's necks together to two ships and make one fall from the sky? What do you use to make it float? Hydrogen? That thing lights up like the sun!”

    She was starting to really get into it. “Or-or imagine if I got everyone's guns out, and pointed at each of their owners and shot at the same time?”

    The whole room had gone completely quiet, all patrons staring at Sweetie as if she had grown another head.

    Gilda slowly closed her slightly open beak. “I think you've had too much to drink, marshmallow.” She pushed Sweetie away from the bar.

    “Aww! But I was just starting to get into it!” Sweetie whinnied.

    “Yes, and that is the problem,” Gilda muttered, motioning with her head for her crew to follow. “Let's go to my ship, and we can talk there.”

    26 comments · 747 views
  • 4w, 16h
    So what is it...

    that makes you drop a comment (or not) in a story? And I don't mean arbitrarily. I mean something you faved or added to a group called "OMGILUVZTHIS!!!!1!" or something. Why would something go there and not get a comment?

    65 comments · 380 views
  • 6w, 3d
    Not-female-empowering vs sexist.

    Hey everyone, so recently I was talking about the Book of Life with someone and she brought up the idea that it was sexist, and not only that, several co-workers of hers thought so too. We didn't talk much more about it, but it stayed on my mind.

    Now, I did see the movie, and my first instinct was to scoff at the notion. Sexist? How? But, I didn't scoff... it wasn't just self-preservation either, she really did get me thinking. Was it just that I was unable to see it? Maybe I have desensitized myself to certain things, and maybe I just don't see it because I was paying attention to other things.

    And before anyone with a tumblr here goes: "Check your privileges, yo!" let me stop you right there. You can eat your damned "privileges" and sit on a flagpole. I don't give a flying f**k about your inane overdramatization of social issues. This is a serious discussion. If that's your first response, return to tumblr to find someone who cares.

    Looking back on it, there's several cultural and quasi-historical factors to consider: The story takes place in Mexico, which yes, still suffers from a lot of machismo in the pure sense of the word,  and not the idea that a male is 'manly' or not. There's less of it nowadays than before, but for the purposes of this let's focus on the timeframe of when it's supposed to be happening, which is arguably around late 1800s to early 1900s which was the epitome of this attitude. In that time, good daughters followed their father's orders (and let's be fair, that was not just in Mexico, that was the general attitude world-wide) and males were expected to be soldiers or carry the weight of things. So yes, in that sense, I can definitely see where the sexism might be perceived, but at the same time, I don't think that just because Maria wasn't Buffy the Vampire Slayer, she wouldn't be a strong female character onto herself. If anything—in my opinion—she proves to be proud, honorable and loyal. In the end, whatever her father wanted, she was the one calling the shots as to who had an actual chance to win her heart. Another (very) important character, La Muerte, is not only female, but a beloved leader, firmly respected and capable of incredible bodily harm to other immortals.

    The movie doesn't necessarily "empower" Maria into an ass-kicking I-can-do-and-take-control-of-everything Maria Sue, but it doesn't make her fragile or any less deserving of respect in my opinion. In fact, in a straight fight with the bad guy, she lasts longer than Carlos, who is an experienced bullfighter and arguably has more experience in life-and-death situations.

    The story does NOT focus solely on the female character, Maria, rather focusing on the struggles of the main character: Manolo, a reluctant bullfighter who would rather be a Mariachi.  Even his friendly rival, Joaquin has a secondary role, in the whole thing. But does that make it sexist? If a movie about the story of Anansi doesn't feature any white dudes, does that mean it's intentionally excluding white people out of ideology? I think not. It's just that they had nothing to do with it. It's not malicious, and as such, I don't think that there's a malicious sexist agenda in that movie.

    I think the movie concentrates on its story, rather than trying to please everyone, and the story is about a guy who wants so much to go back to his beloved, he has to pass challenges and escape death and live again. If anything, his journey of learning to stand up to his ideals deals with one social issue which is bullfighting. You can't expect a kids' movie to include shining examples of every single modern (and past) social issue that is hinted at in there.

    Anyway, that's my thoughts. So, what do you think? And most importantly, to my female readers: if you watched the movie, did you think it was sexist? And if so why?

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  • 6w, 4d
    Upcoming...

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  • 7w, 4d
    I'm kinda curious.

    Since you guys presumably follow me for my charming personality, winning smile and goatee, my stories, I was wondering, what are your favorite moments in any given fic I've written? And if you want to share why, please do so!

    I think this will give me some insight into what I'm being effective in communicating per story, so don't be shy!

    Also! Anyone here willing to do a possible alternative cover art/or concept art for Gothic in exchange for some story goodies? You can PM me and I'll let you know what I have in mind, so we can decide if it's worth your time or not, sound fair?

    32 comments · 354 views
  • 7w, 5d
    Apparently, I write like...

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  • 8w, 12h
    So what is your weakest writing skill?

    Mine is...

    Poetry. I-I just can't. I've written poems before, worked with constraints, learned most of the forms, wrote a haiku a week for six months, etc. But I find it extremely challenging to do so without feeling like my poems are simply... cute at best. As in, "you deserve a pat on the head... you tried." Kinda cute. "Now go to your room!"

    I was better at free-styling it mainly because I sucked at the other approaches. I don't remember when was the last time I even wrote one from beginning to end. I imagine it was about 10 years ago or so.

    ... ye gods. Now I know I'm old. Damn.

    I tied the tie sdrawkcab

    Ouy, ris, era na toidi

    OUY, RIS, ERA NA TOIDI!

    It said as to me as I chose

    I chose between black and white

    Blue and green and red and yellow

    Stripped or with polka dots or maybe just mellow?

    It said it, not me!

    Gnirats at me in the eye!

    OUY, RIS, ERA NA TOIDI!

    It dewolleb to me

    And I was tying from right to left

    And then I was tying from left to right

    A twist and a turn and a half a pull

    And again it falls untied, around this fool.

    Was it diagonal? Shelby? Onassis? Or Full Windsor?

    I deralg at the scowling face in front of me!

    Ni eht eye! It glared right back!

    Finally, with a turn and a slide and up and a down another slide and a pull...

    It was done!

    And all I could say...

    All I could say was:

    STUPID, STUPID MIRROR!

    I think I'll stick with prose.

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  • 8w, 2d
    And now some announcements!

    First of all, three people in this site wouldn't know a good story if it sprung out of a side-street with a bat and broke their legs with it, then threw it to the side as it grew fangs and claws, mauled their arms, and ate the remains within their fading eyesight. Just saying.

    Second of all, good ol' Piquo Pie has a thing for blogs going on right now. Check out #FebFIMfanficlove for more info.

    And finally, new Three Sisters: Like Fudge chapter coming up tonight!

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  • 9w, 2d
    Audio Editor needed!

    Does anyone here know how to edit audio and is willing to work with me on a deadline and on a regular monthly basis?

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Nov
28th
2012

If you have clicked on the "View Mature" check box, certain things need to be made clear.

The first of which is, you will end up with clop (aka porn) in your front page and on the Featured Box. The reason is the aforementioned check box. It is an agreement if you will. By you clicking it with your precious little hooves, claws, hands, tentacles or other appendages, it immediately forms a sort of contract: you are, basically, accepting that you are an adult and old enough to view or not view the material that will pop up.

I can assure you, that just like the teen and everyone ratings, most of it is not going to be well-written, or even thought out at all. But that is a common risk with all things in the internet.

So, you clicked on "View Mature". That means that you are discerning enough to know what you like and what you don't. It implies that you are of sufficient mental growth and understanding to be above whining when the stuff you don't like comes up.

While it is certainly hard to find stories that incorporate sex in a believable and cohesive sense, you, as an adult, should not be surprised to find substandard work in a place that's open to literally everyone to post provided they follow very simple rules and don't exceed the willingness of the moderators/administrators to put up with.

By declaring yourself an adult, you also indicate your capacity to understand not only site-rules, but also the ability to read descriptions and tags. Such as "Sex", indicative of a story containing intercourse of varying levels of explicitness; or "Gore" which points out that the story in question is indubitably going to contain explicit imagery of innards, blood and general butchery.

Having established that, as an adult, recognizing these basic premises of adulthood stature, I will remind you that whining, emailing, pming, posting comments in unwanted places and generally acting like a child because "OMG there is clop in a site where the vast majority of users is compromised of 15-20 year old teenagers and men" is NOT acting like an adult.

In other words, kid, if you can't handle it, simply un-check the damned box. Most likely, you won't find what you're looking for there anyway.

Wanderer D · 405 views · Report
#2 · 121w, 6d ago · · 1 ·

Thank you for this.

#3 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

:derpytongue2:

#4 · 121w, 6d ago · · 1 ·

Amen :ajbemused:

#5 · 121w, 6d ago · · 1 ·

Thank you for posting this. some people just whine whenever anything vaguely sexual comes along.

#6 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

This was brought on by fattymcguys blog wasn't it?

#7 · 121w, 6d ago · · 1 ·

YEESSSS.  There is so much whining about people annoying themselves.

:raritydespair::raritydespair::raritycry::raritycry:

#8 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

lol

some people smh

#9 · 121w, 6d ago · · 1 ·

Ah may not be too well versed on finer intricacies of modern vernacular, but Ah do imagin' that "Burn" is the correct word ta' use here.

#10 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

i am a filly, and i dont care what i read if i dont like it i leave it alone if i like it and it is for adults i will still read it but i wont read it in front of my parents :rainbowkiss:

#11 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

It truly is annoying when people that can't handle the fact that there is clopping, whine about it showing in their front page.

Clopfics are actually fun to read. Just no need to take them too seriously.

E: Oh yeah... and what I think adult means, is that you can think and act like one. Just what you said.

#12 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

Yes, EXCELLENT :rainbowdetermined2:

#13 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

Am I understanding this correctly that you don't actually need to be a legal adult (over 18) to declare yourself an adult on this website?

#15 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

Somehow, I doubt this will get people to shut up.

#16 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

These are not the clopfics you are looking for...

#17 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

Dude, so true. :rainbowlaugh: I uncheck that box every so often to see what is featured that isn't rated Mature.

Usually it's all crap either way. :derpytongue2:

#18 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

But I don't wanna click a box! I wanna WHIIIIIIIIINE INCESSANTLY!

:unsuresweetie:

#19 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

>>549379

i declair myself an adult because i act mature, so you can click the box if you act mature enough to not whine about something

#20 · 121w, 6d ago · · 1 ·

>>549365

Fatty and Jesus cry when you fap to ponies.

#21 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

You have all the best rants.

#23 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

This is because of IJAB, isn't it? People still haven't stopped talking about him leaving. Seriously, he's complaining about bad stories being on a fan fiction site where literally anyone can post nearly whatever they want? If he just ignored that crap then problem solved!

#24 · 121w, 6d ago · · 1 ·

This blog exhibits what many people lack.

Common sense.

#25 · 121w, 6d ago · · 1 ·

FINALLY SOMEONE GETS IT. Sorry... all the complaining has been eating away my patience for a while. I get it. Clop isn't for everyone. But why do you have to make a scene? Thanks for this, Wanderer. People really need to calm down and think sometimes. Maybe this will stop at least some of the commotion that's been going on. Thanks again. :ajsmug:

#26 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

Has this been a problem?  I'm underaged but I I see something I just ignore it, I've seen it all before and I know I'm not interested.  They must be new to the internet in general.

#27 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

Okay, now I'm curious.  What inspired this?  Not that I don't agree with you, I figured out everything you just said the first moment I saw the 'View Mature' box.

#28 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

I am, myself, put off by sexual (or even romantic, as I'm an aromantic asexual and cannot relate to either comfortably) themes and activity in fiction, and it causes me to flinch when I see it mixed with ponies, because I cannot connect the two very well. I do the one thing that's sure to work, and that is... wait for it... avoiding it! That's right, if you don't want to see the latest second-person clopfic in the featured box and lose your faith in humanity as a whole (again), keep the damn box unchecked and you don't have to worry about it, as our colleague Wanderer D has said here. I don't whine about it, am underaged, and I can ignore it, like Armalite. If people really want to associate such things with our precious little ponies, be my guest, because it's not going to hurt me or anyone else, and that's what matters.

#29 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

>>549402 There's an insane amount of bitching about clop/gore on the site from people that apparently don't know how to either unclick the 'show mature' box or how to ignore the flagrant 'sex' or 'gore' tags.

#30 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

Yah. Good thing you wrote this.

Unfortunatelly, it changes nothing :pinkiecrazy: There will still be those who wil whine for the sake of whining or boosting their pubescent ego

#31 · 121w, 6d ago · · 1 ·

>>549391

1) Jesus does not exist, and if he did he was an ordinary man who was stoned off his ass.

2) I do not clop to ponies. At least not pictures of ponies anyway.

#32 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

>>549412 That's really stupid.  I guess people check the mature box to see fics that have light gore, but bitch when they find something that's too gory.    

#34 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

What is the limit for tagging something as mature? I recall knighty telling us that anything including drug use, strong violence, adult language or innuendo needs to be tagged as mature. I would hate to lose all that.

#35 · 121w, 6d ago · · 1 ·

This. This man here. This man knows what he's on about.:moustache:

#36 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

I'm upset that people are upset about something they should know better than to be upset about. :pinkiesick:

#37 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

As an EqD pre-reader... THANK YOU!

#38 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

And as even more new-type news....

THIS!!!

#39 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

It's sad that so many peeps are that immature... though personally, since not all M-rated shit is clop, perhaps a second view checkbox, "View Explicit", or a specialized [Clop] tag, is in order? It would A) reduce the whiners and B) Please those that aren't into that stuff but quietly accept their existence.

#40 · 121w, 6d ago · · 1 ·

It pains me that something like this post actually has to be said. Where is common sense these days?

>>549425 Jesus thinks you may need to take a chill pill.

He told me just now.

Hi Jesus!

#41 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

I don't complain about clop. I complain about bad clop. Just as much as I complain about HiE, self-insert alicorn OCs and anything else I find repulsive.

Seriously. The amount of rape fics is off the charts. This is awful.

If anything, I can't wait for the tag system where I'll be able to completely ignore that shit.

#43 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

>>549471

You have a Tulpa named Jesus? Nice work bro, I don't have the sheer force of will to make one. I'm far too lazy.

Care to share your secrets?

#44 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

I can't even find where this button is, can someone please point it out?

#45 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

>>549519 The 'View mature' filter is located in the drop-down menu under your profile name.

#46 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

Uh.

What brought this on? Even as a person who dislikes clop pretty intensely, I'm confused. I just keep the "Mature" box unchecked, even though I'm old enough to look at all the fucked-up porn I want (and frequently do, just not of ponies), and all is well.

Seriously, I've seen a few blogs about some hullabaloo over clop, but not what incited it. What's going on here?

#47 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

>>549461

This, though, sounds like a good idea. In addition, if you get linked to a story which is blocked by the filter, there is currently no way of knowing why. Is it gore or... other... reason.

Ahem.

But in general I love the mature filter; generally it works very well. Most of the time, I can pretend that... such things do not exist.

#48 · 121w, 6d ago · 1 · ·

In other words, kid, if you can't handle it, simply un-check the damned box. Most likely, you won't find what you're looking for there anyway.

I hate when people make this argument. It's just so ignorant. Not everything that is Mature has clop or gore. I'll point you over here. There is no excessive gore that requires a gore tag nor is there any sex at all. However, it is a very mature story and thus deserves the tag.

So please, don't tell me I can just turn off the tag to avoid the clop. If I do so, I miss out on a lot of well-told stories that are mature without the sex or gore.

"OMG there is clop in a site where the vast majority of users is compromised of 15-20 year old teenagers and men"

While some people have been incredibly childish in their reactions to the clop, they do have a point if you actually take the time to think about it.

Take a look at the featured box. Many times, you will find a fic in there that is nothing but sex. It's a porno, but written down. Now tell me again how that's a story? I was under the impression that the featured box was for stories, not pornos.

I came here to read. If I wanted to jack off, I'd go watch porn.

Additionally, is it wrong to express disappointment in the userbase? That they're spending all their time jacking off to ponies? I, for one, find that quite disappointing. That people give in to their carnal desires so easily...

#49 · 121w, 6d ago · · ·

>>549447 Aren't you supposed to remain anonymous?

#50 · 121w, 6d ago · · 1 ·

I'll start by saying that I am not a clopper, but that doesn't mean I can't enjoy a story just because it has sex in it.

I've honestly never understood why people care so much about clop.

If I don't like certain type of story, (HiE or Gore for me personally) I just ignore it.

You don't see me complaining all the time about HiE fics though, I don't waste my time complaining about other people's opinions.

Whatever happened to Love and Tolerate?

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