You’d destroy me, and I’d let you. — incoloure
laufey having a council meeting and he brings baby loki and baby loki is minding his own business sitting on the table smacking his chunky hands down and playing with tiny ice cubes
at some point laufey says thor’s name and loki looks up and says “thow? thow?”
laufey would nod and repeat thor’s name so loki says very solemnly “my hubband” with a nod and goes back to playing with his cubes
all of the assemble jotun council members are struggling to hide their amusement so laufey clears his throat and goes to say more but loki adds in a tiny conspiratorial whisper “i wuv him”, everyone starts laughing and loki looks immensely proud of himself
Thor: God Of Thunder v1 #1 Variant by Daniel Acuña
The people who subscribe to Loki’s Resistance were asked not to invade tags like Thor and Thor Meta with their opinions. Most of us obliged, only to have our tag constantly invaded by those who object to LR.
Believe it or not, we kinds get tired of people trying to force their interpretations on us, too. If people object so strongly to LR, perhaps they should block the LR tag - just as many of us who like Thor and enjoy reading Thor meta have had to block those tags.
I respect artists and those who make graphics and gifs, but I don’t have the names of everyone on tumblr who objects to LR memorized, so I don’t generally know the affiliation or politics of the creator. Further, not everyone who creates such works objects to people commenting on them.
A solution would be for makers of graphics and gifs to add a line to their posts, requesting that viewers not reblog them with added comments, just as artists request viewers to like or reblog art, rather than re-post.
I’d just like to point out that unlike tracked tags or reblogged posts that are properly tagged, a person cannot really escape captions being added to their posts. That’s the very crux of the problem. You can avoid going into tracked tags, you can use blacklist, but you can’t stop anyone from adding a caption to your gifset/post and this caption then pops up on your dash and activity. So what you are saying - that blacklisting a tag solves everything - is not true.
Secondly, I think it’s safe to assume that a person who is making for example a Thorki gifset isn’t interested in reading a hateful meta about Thor being a bully and abuser. You don’t need to remember any names at all for that.
And yes, of course. I can ugly-up every single post of mine by mentioning a negative, agressive group in the caption. I’m really thrilled to do that.
This is a matter of simple courtesy and also self-reflection. LR from my experience doesn’t hide the fact that they - you - hate Thor. It’s not such a stretch then to imagine that a person who makes gifsets that contain Thor is a Thor fan and therefore not interested in seeing what you have to say. And for the record, if you add a hateful meta on a pro-Thor post and someone replies, disagreeing, is not “forcing interpretations on you”.
It’s not about the particularities of what you think. It’s about the clear intent to take a highly negative stance on a character in presence of people who love this character.
Thinking about your crush like
"He has tried to cling to justified anger and to bury his senseless trust in his brother, but he’d rather fall for a thousand of Loki’s tricks than risk missing a moment of Loki’s truth. And right now Loki’s eyes are lined red and grinning, and his lips are saying brother and that’s as close to an appreciation of art and music as Thor is ever likely to come, and it may be another lie, but it’s no less lovely for it." - Lodestar by themantlingdark