@binchicken you know i can see you palling around having fun shitposting at other people, right?
if being told to not cross this boundary is an incredible burden that you cannot fathom following, then all you have to do is say so. then i'll know to just hit you with a block and move on.
doing the passive-aggressive thing of just ignoring me saying "that was uncool of you and hurtful" and pretending that you never saw it is a jackass move.
especially when you then go around joking with other friends we have in common as if nothing bad has happened and all your jokes are totally cool.
@binchicken alternatively, this might be my cue that you just muted me!
because it's too hard to respect a simple boundary of "hey don't make sex jokes about my person, that's really fucking uncomfortable". or something.
the dump-and-run approach is also not a cool way to treat people. especially when you hurt someone, and then you decide the only response you need to give them is absolute radio silence, sweeping it under the rug, and moving on as if nothing bad happened.
because once i assert that i'm not comfortable with being made into a sex object for you, i cease to exist as a human being.
VERY cool and good way to treat another person. (the previous sentence was sarcasm. it was a lot of sarcasm.)
@binchicken if you've got the spoons enough to write funny jokes and pal around with friends, then, not to pull a "mom says that if you're too sick to go to school, you're too sick to play video games", but i would really appreciate even the barest fucking acknowledgement of how you crossed a boundary and made me deeply fucking uncomfortable.
or we can just keep sweeping this under the rug and hope your cool friends you're shitposting with, like @FirstProgenitor , never see this OH WHOOPS I GUESS MY FINGER SLIPPED.
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