PEOPLE WHO IDENTIFY AS MEN ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THIS COMMUNITY. If we find out you identify as a man, you'll be b&.
feminist_geeks is a community for feminist minded women and non-binary people who do not identify as men.
All content in this community relates to the various facets of geek culture (with the exception of a TBD open topic post made by one of the mods). This includes gaming, science-fiction, fantasy, speculative fiction, tech stuff and comic books/graphic novels. One can post articles and blog entries from places like The Border House or Kotaku, snark sexist, racist, ableist, etc. stuff on other geek communities (on LJ and off), provide thoughtful analysis about cultural texts, ask questions, or submit anything else that's relevant to geek culture. Posts do not necessarily have to deal with feminism and anti-oppression ideas, and general discussion questions are more than welcome.
2. No trolling. Being a sexist, racist, transphobic, etc. asswipe to get a rise out of the community will result in an immediate ban.
3. Do not harass or make personal attacks against other members. If a member feels that they are being harassed or personally attacked, contact the mods.
4. Be respectful to other members in the community. However, if you are perpetuating -isms, be prepared to be called out on it.
5. Do not derail posts. Here are some examples of what constitutes derailing, from Derailing For Dummies.
6. We abide by Moff's Law. Do not attempt to silence a conversation by saying something like “it's just a game/film/comic”.
7. Bigoted language will not be tolerated, so don't use it. Contact a mod if people are using language which you find problematic, and we will work to address the issue.
8. Everyone makes mistakes, including the mods. If you want to appeal any decisions we've made, please get in touch with us. Make sure to explicitly mention that you're appealing a decision we've made.
2. Snarky posts are fine, as long as you are not making unwarranted personal attacks against individual people.
3. When posting articles or blog entries authored by another person, link to the original source. If the article/blog is from a non-mainstream source (such as The Border House), post an excerpt rather than reproducing the entire post.
4. Long posts need to be placed behind LJ cuts.
5. Tag your entries.
6. Pictures should be around 500x500. Only one picture can be outside a cut; all videos should be placed behind a cut.
7. If you are posting pictures, upload them to your own hosting service. Do not hotlink.
8. Provide trigger warnings when it's appropriate to do so, and put all triggering content behind an LJ cut. Use your best judgment. If someone asks you to put something behind a cut and add a trigger warning due to content, please do as they requested. Different things are triggering for different people. If you don't understand the concept of a trigger warning, read this.
Membership is moderated. If your journal was recently created, has few updates in it, appears to be a sock, etc. your request to join will be rejected.
Get in touch with the mods if you wish to join after getting rejected. We understand that some people have journals simply to watch communities and what not.
To contact us, PM a mod.
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