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Write the story you want to write. If you need a gay/trans/QUILTBAG/whatever character then add them. If you don't, don't sweat it. It's your story and you're not obligated to bow to woke sensibilities.
Was browsing around reddit and thought some people might find this as amusing as I did. A white cuck literally paid $520 to have a black lesbian tell him how racist he was. The entire post is nothing more than an advertisement for this (what is essentially) a scam artist from tumblr that wants people to pay them to determine if their book is racist or makes the alphabet soup people look bad(as in, realistic). I want this amusing moment to also serve as a warning to everyone about predatory pseudo-editors. People all over the internet will tell you how important their service is or how important it is for you to "properly" represent the LBGTQ and the "BIPOC". In reality, represent them the way you see them. That's it. Relate them to food, make them stereotypes, make them villains, or don't even include them at all. I am tired of seeing this lie from fake as hell paid actors that claim "I put minority representation because I thought it would be interesting" . Wrong. Nobody says that and nobody thinks that way. People put minorities in their stories now because they are given the lie that they will sell better if they add it to their genre and keywords. Don't fall for the lie and don't even think about paying someone to call you racist or transphobic. Write what you want and write what your audience wants. end of story. In the meantime, enjoy how sensitive reddit is with their darling little cuck allies. The mod literally came into the post to say "if anyone makes fun of the idea of paying for a sensitivity reader, they get removed". Yet another red flag. The second a mod is telling you someone is a protected class or an elite in their group, you can right away assume they are part of their agenda. This means the biggest writing subreddit is literally trying to trick millions of writers into thinking they have to pay to be called racist... https://www.reddit.com/r/writing/comments/mkm2ee/my_experience_hiring_a_sensitivity_reader/
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Blow self doubt away today.

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More from SC Visel

Write the story you want to write. If you need a gay/trans/QUILTBAG/whatever character then add them. If you don't, don't sweat it. It's your story and you're not obligated to bow to woke sensibilities.
Was browsing around reddit and thought some people might find this as amusing as I did. A white cuck literally paid $520 to have a black lesbian tell him how racist he was. The entire post is nothing more than an advertisement for this (what is essentially) a scam artist from tumblr that wants people to pay them to determine if their book is racist or makes the alphabet soup people look bad(as in, realistic). I want this amusing moment to also serve as a warning to everyone about predatory pseudo-editors. People all over the internet will tell you how important their service is or how important it is for you to "properly" represent the LBGTQ and the "BIPOC". In reality, represent them the way you see them. That's it. Relate them to food, make them stereotypes, make them villains, or don't even include them at all. I am tired of seeing this lie from fake as hell paid actors that claim "I put minority representation because I thought it would be interesting" . Wrong. Nobody says that and nobody thinks that way. People put minorities in their stories now because they are given the lie that they will sell better if they add it to their genre and keywords. Don't fall for the lie and don't even think about paying someone to call you racist or transphobic. Write what you want and write what your audience wants. end of story. In the meantime, enjoy how sensitive reddit is with their darling little cuck allies. The mod literally came into the post to say "if anyone makes fun of the idea of paying for a sensitivity reader, they get removed". Yet another red flag. The second a mod is telling you someone is a protected class or an elite in their group, you can right away assume they are part of their agenda. This means the biggest writing subreddit is literally trying to trick millions of writers into thinking they have to pay to be called racist... https://www.reddit.com/r/writing/comments/mkm2ee/my_experience_hiring_a_sensitivity_reader/
43 views · Apr 15th
repeat
532 views

Blow self doubt away today.

532 views · Apr 15th