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-be cis
-be straight
-be white
-identify as male
-identify as female and not be a feminist
-be trans but have friends who are cis, straight, white or identify as male
-be gay/bi/pan/asexual but have friends who are cis, straight, white or identify as male
-object to the term "person of color"
-object to nounself and "it" pronouns
-object to the idea that asexual people want to have sex (I have never understood this)
-object to saying degrading/hateful/outright violent things to cis, straight, white or male-identified people with no provocation whatsoever
-object to self-diagnosis of mental illnesses
-don't 100% accept all gender identities as valid
-don't 100% accept all sexualities as valid
-don't 100% accept otherkin and fictionkin as valid
-not accept non-reputable websites as sources
-not believe in the concept of "privilege"
-don't accept any gender identities other than cis as being trans
-think someone can be cis and non-binary
-think that if you're not uncomfortable in some way with your assigned gender you're not trans
-don't reblog donation/"emergency commission" posts out of suspicion the OP may be scamming
-don't tag things as each and every individual blogger specifically requests
-be annoyed by sloppy/incorrect typing and say so
-don't think one sentence or phrase is an argument
-don't think one sentence or phrase is sufficient to win an argument
-actually know how to argue effectively
-think "allies" can be genuinely nice to trans/gay/bi/pan/asexual people without wanting rewards or trying to make ourselves seem like good people based on that alone
-think spell checking is important
-believe the phrase "don't fight hate with hate" is sound advice
-say that you think Laverne Cox, or any trans woman in general, is unattractive (I think she's gorgeous, but if others don't feel the same it honestly doesn't bother me as long as they're not insinuating she's not a woman.)
-identify as egalitarian
-identify as truscum
-thinks memes are annoying, overused and/or unfunny

-reblog anything from badsjw

-reblog anything from someone who has controversial opinions/is an alleged abuser/draws lolicon, shota, or just any kind of porn in general

-look at someone's blog (yes, I have apparently upset people by LOOKING at their blogs)

-put screencaps of their blogs anywhere on the Internet

-like men/boys

-ask for evidence of nonbinary gender identities being real :^)

Since I know I'm going to need a disclaimer for this, let me clarify that I understand not all of tumblr is like this. Not all of the people on tumblr have everything on this apply to them and not everyone off tumblr has none of these apply to them. I have friends who are active on the site and who are truly caring, intelligent and pleasant people. Being on tumblr does not automatically make you a terrible person at all. All I'm doing is making a list of what I have seen many different bloggers complain about that I think are exaggerated to a degree that has become tiresome.