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by the way, since we’re talking about r/tumblrinaction, i just thought you should all know that they literally encourage their users to go through these tags to pick on people, so i’d be wary about tagging stuff so it appears in these tags.

as was stated before, a lot of redditors use an entry youre featured on to send you anon hate, reblog your post to unsafe people, etc. so they might find you through these tags. a good way to avoid this is to put letters/numbers/symbols after the trigger, so you could put say #ableism 890283948 or #fatphobia djflksjdfj or #racism /// (like i do!). make sure if you do this theres a space between the trigger and the letters/numbers/symbols.

if you’d like you can signal boost this so your followers know to watch out

For those of you wondering how you suddenly got flooded with hate, you might have been featured here. This reddit is one reason I’ve had anon off for the past year.

I have a better idea, now that you know what gets their attention, set traps for them.

Some people aren’t okay with doing that, so that’s my goal in sharing this. Not everyone is strong enough to handle that, and that’s OK. These people can be quite cruel, and they’ll strike any Tumblr they see fit. They should not be allowed to drive people off the internet for their own sick pleasure. But, if you are dead set on avoiding them to the best of your ability, here’s a suggestion.


Do you ever have a problem where you just don’t know how to reply to an argument, not because you don’t know the answer, but you just don’t know where to begin? Like, the foundation of knowledge you’d need to impart to this person before you could even begin to drag them out of their sinkhole of ignorance would cost thousands of dollars if it were coming from a university?

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