This is a current list of tags 4chan is targeting.

Feminism
Feminist
Patriarchy
Fat Acceptance
Womyn
Womyn of color
Misogyny
Rape culture
Ableism
Unleash the dragon
Need feminism
Shut down 4chan
Feminism
dw
katawa shoujo
feminist
sjw
attack on titan
snk
free!
supernatural
doctor who
avengers
marvel
lesbian
gay
lbgt
asexual
pansexual
polysexual
otherkin
trannsexual
tumblr
The tags
mysoginy
equality
veganism
animals
health
dogs
cats
puppies
coping
feel good
recovery
ptsd
depression
flowers
happy
lol
art
vintage
diy
pink
pastel
goth
anyme
cute
selfie
me
self
activism
social justice
femme
racism
white supremacy
privilege

4chan is targeting tags and posting incredibly violent and triggering material within them. DO NOT ACCESS THE ABOVE TAGS.

I noticed that a lot of the PSA’s were images without transcripts, and there are several posts with different tags to look out for.

This is a compilation of those tags, in a text format for anyone who has issues with reading images.

Please spread around in the interests of accessibility, especially since the ableism tags are being targeted as well.

Thank you, and stay safe.

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I didn’t see them in the ableism tag a few minutes ago, though. (via karalianne)

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southpawscopic:

Omg there are like 65 asexuals attempting to go out to eat at a restaurant what even are we

I don’t feel quite so bad for the servers at the cafe where New England Aces meets now.

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Today in “Things That Only Become Amusing Decades Later”: one of the fonts in the Apple IIgs version of The Print Shop was named Yolo.

redbeardace:

So anyway…

Confirmed ace coworker!

Awesome!

ajax-daughter-of-telamon:

alliecat-person:

codeman38:

Really kind of peeved that the website for AACC, the replacement for Autreat, doesn’t even mention how to get to the town of California, PA, if you can’t drive. I mean, not even suggestions, just a link to the CalU web site which mentions that shuttles might possibly be available…for current students at the campus…?

(And yes, I have sent them an email. Will post something if I get a response back.)

A few days ago I spent a while trying to figure out how I might get to California, PA from actual California without a car. The conclusion I reached, after a fair bit of Googling and research, is that it’s pretty much impossible unless you basically have an unlimited budget, no time constraints, and the ability to make multiple transfers while traveling.

I know these things are hard to organize, but at some point it would be great if we could get some kind of retreat going at a different location. Rural Pennsylvania is lovely, but it’s not accessible unless you already live close by and/or have a car.

I think California, PA is probably closer to where I live than actual California is, but they both might as well be on Mars, LOL.

Yeah. I currently live in Massachusetts, so I’m at least in the right quadrant of the country— but without access to a car, good luck. Even knowing people with a car, good luck, unless you can manage to be in the right place at exactly the right time.

And at least I’m actually near a transportation hub now. I used to live in small-town Georgia. Going from one rural location to another is… about as far from convenient as it’s possible to get. Also, even more expensive, because of all the transfers between bus and/or train and/or plane.

This was one of my biggest frustrations with Autreat then, and is one of my biggest frustrations with AACC now. I understand wanting to have the conference in a location that’s away from the big city, with housing and conference room rental that’s on the cheaper end. But there’s a balance there— going too far in the other direction means that it will be ridiculously expensive for people to even get to the conference. (Back when I lived in Georgia, transportation often ended up being more of a financial burden than conference fees, and not just for Autreat.)

Really kind of peeved that the website for AACC, the replacement for Autreat, doesn’t even mention how to get to the town of California, PA, if you can’t drive. I mean, not even suggestions, just a link to the CalU web site which mentions that shuttles might possibly be available…for current students at the campus…?

(And yes, I have sent them an email. Will post something if I get a response back.)

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oldgamemags:

The Lord Of The Rings: Volume 1 on the SNES. I don’t think there was a Volume 2, was there?

Follow oldgamemags on Tumblr for more awesome scans from yesteryear!

Yeah, there was never a volume 2, because the first one sold poorly. Understandably so, too— even by 1994 standards, this game was frustrating. (Loads and loads of fetch quests! AI that ends up leading your companions to certain death, with no ability to revive them! Long dungeons with no in-game map!)

But at least the soundtrack is awesome. (No surprise there— Interplay hired Charles Deenen from Maniacs of Noise to do the music.)

THE BIG BOSTON PRIDE FEELINGS POST

queenieofaces:

TIME TO TYPE VIGOROUSLY ABOUT PRIDE.

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