Comment Policy for More Crazy Glue, Than Porcelain…
By continuing to use and interact with More Crazy Glue, Than Porcelain… you are agreeing to its terms and service. I reserve the right to edit, add, delete, or alter any and all portions of my blog and its policies at any time.
This is a blog on intersectional feminism and as such, I will do whatever it takes to maintain a safe atmosphere for my readers and contributors.
In order to do so, there must first be some rules and guidelines.
- Listen first, comment second.
This means that it is important to read with the intention of understanding, before trying to have yourself heard.
- Self-care is a must. You are responsible for your safety on this page. Feel free to take a break, write your feelings, or let me know if there should be a trigger warning that may not be posted
- No “ism’s”:
This means zero tolerance for racism, sexism, heterosexism, cissexism, ableism, classism, sizeism, etc.
- No playing devil’s advocate. This means that if someone posts a comment, this is not the place to argue an alternative side or viewpoint, just for the sake of arguing.
- “Reverse ism’s” do not exist. Any mention of reverse racism, misandry, denial of thin privilege, etc… will not be tolerated. If you are confused by this, feel free to read up on it and listen to others- but do not comment.
- Slut-shaming and Victim Blaming are not welcome here. You can share your own experiences here, but if you feel the urge to make comments about a person’s choices and experiences- don’t.
- No trolling.
- Images and discussions around the promotion of cultural appropriation will not be tolerated
- This is not the place to argue about reproductive justice. This page is pro-choice, if you feel like arguing against that- leave.
- If your comment is going to discuss sexual assault, violence, misogyny, any ‘ism’, marginalization- please offer a *trigger warning* in your heading
- There will be no ‘splaining…. If you feel the need to explain your privilege or views to someone without privilege in that particular area- stop. Mansplaining, whitesplaining, and the like will not be tolerated.
- Do not tone-police here.
- Acknowledgement of mistakes. If someone calls you out for something you have done- this is not the place to argue your point. Rather, acknowledge that you have heard the complaint, apologize, then take the necessary steps to correct that behaviour.