the Sooz (furikku) wrote,
the Sooz

This isn't about the "right or wrong" because people already make the judgments whether or not you care. When you produce a media product, you do have to care about the associations and the connotations of what you're doing. You have to be aware of how people "read" media.
-Neeksy, on the SA Webcomics thread

This is kind of important in general, beyond just comics, which is why I'm quoting sans context. It matters whether it's about portrayals of gender, sex, race, class, or pretty much anything. A work does not exist in a void free of any outside connections, it is floating in a sea of one's culture- both the creator's and the audience's.

[BTW, Context: A discussion about furry art style in comics]
Tags: comics meta, non-comics meta, quotage

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