“If you call someone a monster enough, sooner or later they’ll begin to believe it despite being the farthest thing from it. If you’re not careful, some of the “monsters” you so carelessly made may begin to act monstrously and the fault will lie partly with you. And the rest of us you carelessly made believe in our nonexistent monstrosity? The many of us? Will just suffer in silence because beliefs are damn hard to change.“
#1. If you act like a monster because people are calling you one, you’ve only proven them right.
#2. People aren’t accusing K. M. Claude of being a terrible person for no reason. He’s openly admitted to being a pedophile, drawn sexual artwork of children, and harassed (Page contains depictions of blood and self-harm) people who disagree with him.
“Should the mermaid story really be a comic? Should it stay as a short story? Should it be an illustrated short story, as if it were an ultraviolent pornographic children’s book? Should I just give up? So many questions…”
Why couldn’t Claude just describe this as an illustrated short story? Comparing it to an ‘ultra-violent, pornographic children’s book’ in light of how Claude depicts pedophilia and child abuse sounds… not good.
#id like every anti to pay for the therapy i need#id like my hateblog to personally pay for my therapy for at minimum a year of weekly visits ti a therapist#bc i need it and not just for being trans
[“Let me play a sad song for you on the world’s smallest violin!”]
Hot tip: other people aren’t responsible for the consequences of your bad behavior. If you get called out for being a pedophile and you feel bad about it, that’s entirely on you.
[“How we feel ’bout incestuous, pederastic mermaids, and a short comic, or perhaps illustrated storybook (a literal graphic novel) about them?” Poll results: 88% ‘Yes do it’, 12% ‘Why can’t you be normal?’]
According to Claude, the merpeople in this proposed story have an entirely separate moral system, and also practice necrophilia. Considering the way he’s portrayed these things in the past, it feels like an excuse to promote them as fetishes.
[“My brain: Make! A! CartoonVerse! Beetlejuice/Lydia doujinshi! Me, crying: I don’t want hate mail! Plus, Halloween is in 2 days! No time!”]
Ah yes, the problem is those gosh darn haters, and not because pairing a minor with an adult is disgusting. *rolls eyes*
Claude really needs to re-examine their priorities..
“Having seen like… one episode of Gravity Falls (the one with Bill possessing Dipper and he had a reverend suit because my roommates were like YOU WANNA FUCK PRIESTS YOU LIKE DEMONS LOOK and for that I thank them), I am terribly confused as to how the fuck antis survived there, like, it seems like the same kinda weirdly dark “””kids””””” show that I would’ve grown up on in the 90s or early aughts, like, it was weird and creepy like how you gonna not tolerate dark content, that shit got dark. Nice sure but…a kid got possessed. You don’t usually have possession in kawaii, nonproblematic, sugary sweet shows. How you get Purity Wankers in such a fandom/show blows my mind.”
#1. Dark content ≠ fetishizing gross shit. People who create dark or creepy works of fiction don’t have to glorify things like incest and pedophilia the way Claude does.
#2. The statement ‘You wanna fuck priests’ is really disturbing in this context, considering Dipper is officially underage.