. That pretty much says everything that needs to be said, doesn't it?
There was a poster; as an aside to a rant about things she dislikes in fanfic, she mentioned, like it was part of her personal bio, that she dislikes yaoi. (God, I feel silly using that word; I haven't called it yaoi
in a year or so now. It's slash~.) Fine, okay, whatever. Then someone replies with a mildly-amusing "Only you can prevent yaoi!" icon, and she feels the need to share this. thing. she drew.
The text, with smily chibis, read: "Friends don't let friends bone each other in the ass."
(Anyone remember in the fifth Harry Potter book, the teacher whose voice was described as being like "poisonous honey?" There is no better definition for that term than hatespeech done with chibis. And it's not even FUNNY, it's just rude and full of bitterness. And apparently brought to us by F.A.G.S. -- "Fans Against Gay Smut.")
The community has since then exploded; many people tried, more politely than I, to point out that her posting something like that in a community filled with slash fans had not been especially wise. Her reaction? "Why are you guys being so mean to me, I respect your like of yaoi, why can't you respect my hate?? D:" Because love and hate are equally-valid emotions that should be encouraged across the board!
Then someone commented to say,Why is it that anti-yaoi people are rather tolerant of yaoi-fans who are anti-het, but yaoi-fans go absolutely koo-koo nuts when someone says they're anti-yaoi?
And I hope I worded that right. :x( This is my response. )