K. M. Claude thinks that if you’re not paid for your art, you’re completely immune to criticism [x]
Claude accuses a different anon of harassing their friend because of a couple of innocent questions [x], [x]
K. M. Claude falsely accuses the original anon of bugging Claude’s friend, despite that person’s claims that they didn’t do it. [x]
Originally, I said there was one anon who was attacked by Claude for offering a bit of constructive criticism, then messaging one of Claude’s friends about it. Actually, there were two different anons, one who sent K. M. Claude some suggestions about their artwork, and another who contacted one of Claude’s friends.
I agree. When people claim that fiction affects reality, they don’t mean that works of fiction or the characters depicted in them are real, they’re talking about how fictional works can encourage harmful attitudes/behaviors. For example, K. M. Claude has drawn fetish artwork of children. By posting this kind of material publicly, they create an environment where it’s normal to view children as sex objects, which attracts pedophiles.
Yeah, I think K. M. Claude is 24. According to this old contact page, their last name is Richard. Also, here’s a couplelinks to some comics they’ve drawn of themself if you want to know what they look like.
Memes aside, I don’t believe anyone is worthless. Not even the people who have harassed and abused me (and if there’s anyone I’d be nominating for Most Worthless Sack Of Shit Award, one would think it’d be them.)
People asking you to stop sexualizing children isn’t harassment.
People asking you to stop promoting gross kinks like necrophilia isn’t abuse.
People criticizing you on the Internet isn’t harassment or abuse, so pull your head out of your ass.