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A WRITER'S MELTDOWN: A HOPELESS OUTLOOK ON FANDOM
Written by Diane N. Tran
Today, I had skimmed through the typical "fanfiction" at a forum: It was one I had no taste for, one where there was no plot, no character development, no thought, no creativity, one of those average, mediocre writings where 98% of fan-writers attempt to write porn for porn's own sake by using "fuck me and fuck me hard," which just left me with a nasty taste in my mouth. Usually, these things wouldn't bother me as a rule, but what puzzled me was the numerous responses of nosebleeds and drools in the comment section and I began to question the concept of "fandoms":
Is really the audience I have to brown-nose to in order to get views from, to get comments from, to get critiques from? Is this what people really honestly want from fiction? Why do people say they don't want Mary Sues, but create them anyway? Why do p
I have gone to a great school but life teaches almost as much if you examine it well.
I come from.... I am a non-theist. I like women big and small, thin or thick, and men just so long as the person is aesthetically appealing. If not, it has lead me to places I do not want to be.
I am a programmer and administrator.
I like Bauhaus, "Art and group", New Order the musical group, Bulat Otkudzhava saw him in concert, PIL, a rendition of the Firebird suite on stage appealing to the wild early slav.
For art, mu.
Am I deceitful, yes but I will in time admit the falsehood.
Do I think artistic reviews should be harsh no but if I really think someone is talented I will push.;