Of sorts, at least. On the theme of intra-community censure and the power dynamics of speech and silencing - I'll come up with a more coherent way to express that when I start organising my data, this is just kind of a call for data submissions.|
Essentially: If you, or someone you know, has been intimidated, or silenced, or in some way pressured within fandom, by a perpetrator or perpetrators who are protected in some way by fandom's hierarchies of status and personal relationships, please tell me about it.
(And please spread the word, if you can! My journal isn't that widely-read.)
Comments here are good - I'll re-enable anonymous comments, although I'll leave them screened. If you want your comment to be left screened, or specifically UNscreened, say so; please identify, too, any information that you specifically want to be kept out of my public discussion/publication of this data, and anything you're specifically okay with being made public (since I intend to err on the side of caution with anything that can be connected back to a specific person).
Alternatively, e-mail me: firstname.lastname@example.org (if you don't get a reply saying at least "thanks for your input!", resend just in case of spamtrap, since I'm terrible at checking my spam folder) is easiest. Or, I just checked - email@example.com is totally a valid e-mail address, apparently. Sweet.
ETA: Because why didn't I think of this earlier, all comments are now screened by default.
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