By queer we mean: anyone who isn’t society’s perfect idea of a cis + straight + dyadic + amatanormal + monogomous + vanilla person. We take a radically inclusionist and sex-positive stance here. We are also neolabel ('MOGAI') positive.
By alterhuman we mean: fictionfolk, plural systems, and nonhumans, as well as anyone whose experience falls outside of what is typically considered ‘being human’. This includes people who consider themselves alternatively human.
Ergo, we are not friendly to medicalists, TERFs, assimilationists, or any other proponents of respectability politics.
This rule covers everything from overt bigotry to general rudeness. To get a bit more specific, we do not tolerate:
Also, credit and link your sources if you’re sharing other people’s content.
Every fan’s interpretation of Homestuck is different, so don’t yuck other people’s yum. Don’t condemn someone based on what content they have or haven’t read, their ships, or their headcanons. At the same time, respect that some people have legitimate reasons for disliking certain characters, parts of the story, and the people who wrote them; or certain kinds of fan content. You may not demand that people justify either their like or dislike of any subject matter.
Additionally, don’t bash fictionfolk. Fictionkin, fictives and other people with identities based in fiction use this space, and their experiences as such are just as much an interpretation of the work as yours. You may not tell people that their identities or experiences are not real, or that they are wrong about how they’re interpreting them.
Mastodon has an excellent range of tools for controlling your experience on this instance. It’s your responsibility to content warn and act appropriately, and it’s equally your responsibility to blacklist and not engage with content you don’t like.
Mature content is allowed here. [stuff about consent and boundaries]
[tbc, more stuff about consent and boundaries]
There are plenty of other places for that.
The code of conduct was made with love and a lot of
cribbing notes inspiration from the following sources: