How To Avoid Fandom Toxicity

How To Avoid Fandom Toxicity

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We all know the feeling, you finish an amazing book, and go check out the fandom to see what other people think, and it’s all ship wars, arguments and more. Instead of letting that discourage you, here are some ways to have fun in some not so fun fandoms.

Toxic Positivity: A Feedback Loop of Delusional Thinking

Toxic Positivity: A Feedback Loop of Delusional Thinking

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Positive vibes only! I’m positive that many of you have heard that phrase time and time again. Whether it’s a post from a ditsy person you follow or from a friend and/or coworker that is cleaning house on the dim vibes their social circle is providing in excess, there’s no shortage of this mentality nowadays. There’s nothing discernable with excluding things and at times people from your life that drain you more than inspire you but there’s always a logical extreme that a new perspective can invite. Inside these artificial injections of good feelings into varying difficulties in life lies …

George R.R. Martin Blasts ‘GoT’s Fanbase Over ‘Toxic’ Reaction to Show’s Ending

George R.R. Martin Blasts ‘GoT’s Fanbase Over ‘Toxic’ Reaction to Show’s Ending

  According to The Huffington Post, George R.R. Martin, famed creator of A Song of Ice and Fire, which were the basis for Game of Thrones, has had it with the show’s fandom. He admitted he finds a ‘toxic’ atmosphere to online fandoms when he was a guest on ‘Maltin On Movies’ where he commented on the backlash to the ending of Game of Thrones, which was not warmly received by the fanbase (to say the least). He said that the internet has amplified toxic fandom to new heights, which was nothing like the old days of science fiction and fantasy communities. Martin directly said: The …