0010 - I'd discussed a while back that warning for m/m or slash or yaoi or gay is not the least bit groovy, and I'm wondering about something. In lieu of the TGIF poll from last Friday (I worked Saturday, so there was no TGIF for me :P):
ETA: I know that yaoi and slash are not the same thing, but I don't think the majority of people who issue "slash" warnings do, so I tend to assume that when people warn for yaoi, they're actually warning for gay content.
If you see repeated warnings for "slash" or "gay" or "yaoi" or "m/m" in a particular general-fandom (i.e. not slash-centric) LiveJournal community you follow, you:
Speak to each poster individually to let them know their warning has made you uncomfortable and request that they remove it and not warn for gay/slash/yaoi in the future - in the comments to the entry.
Speak to each poster individually to let them know their warning has made you uncomfortable and request that they remove it and not warn for gay/slash/yaoi in the future - privately over e-mail or PM.
Talk to the community moderator(s) to let them know such warnings bother you as a member of the queer community or an ally, and request that they take steps to prevent such warnings in the future.
Raise the issue off-community (e.g. in your LJ) and point to the community and the offending entries.
Do nothing; the warnings are offensive, but fandom isn't a safe space.
Do nothing; such warnings don't make you uncomfortable.
Something else (elaborate in a comment if you wish).
TICKY BOX! :D
TICKY BOX! >:0!1
I FIND YOUR LACK OF PANTS DISTURBING
GONDOR HAS NO PANTS. GONDOR NEEDS NO PANTS!
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