Anti-Flamers Organization: Right to Write. sign now

We, The Anti-Flamers Organization, have come together to make a great website, fan fiction. net, into a better one. We demand justice, doesn't it say in our laws that we have the right of press? But of course, may we all come from different parts of the globe and join under one website, but we go what John Locke once said, our natural laws; Life, Liberty and Property, is the most important to us, and if our government does not help protect our laws, we have the right to abolish our government and put up a new one.



This is what Locke has talked about. Fan fiction puts rules up for only a part of what makes that website great, the authors. But they haven't seen the other part, the critics and the beta readers. So what our group, Anti-Flamers Organization, want is this:



We are a small group of writers who want the right to write, without some people, who don't give good criticism, stand in our way. Some of us want to pursue this into a career someday, but others want just to have fun.



We love to write stories, and we accept any criticism, but we hate when people just cross that line of where we accept certain criticism, the type that just says they hate our stories and never give a reason why or where they tell us what's wrong with our stories but say it in a rude and horrid way that hurt our pride and make us give up writing.



We know our stories are not greatly written, but if they want to let us know what the hell is wrong with our story, they could do it kindly instead of calling people idiots or morons.



We recently got a little message of this girl who just told us, this critic, was going to report her story, for various of things. We read his profile and saw he has done others wrong. Thinking that he was better than most and started to call people idiots or what not, in a supposedly nice way, that went under the mods noses. We also had, years ago, this user, who just went around saying, stories sucked but never gave the reason, why he said that, he mostly did it for a sick way to have fun.



So we're gathering as many authors of any story, genre, rating to let fan fiction.net know that, allow criticism yes, but give some boundaries to those people who are going down that path, that they should be at least kind in the criticism, offer help, not blow down the author's self-esteem. Give boundaries to the authors AND critics, that's all we ask.

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