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Hello everyone,

I am ThePornCritic, and I am returning to the Superheroineforum. I am the owner and writer of Superheroine Erotica, the only site for hardcore reviews in our community. I am also Lord Axe-Gun, a write of erotic SHIP with numerous titles at Smashwords.

First, I would like to thank everyone, who has purchased my books at Smashwords. I also want to thank Dr. Dominator for posting announcements of my books. I will be posting all future titles because I am an active member at this time.

My goal for the past year is starting new projects of SHIP alongside other creators in the community. We have not seen the best that our fetish has to offer.

I have two upcoming projects to announce very soon. Keep your eyes out if you love hardcore SHIP. These projects will electrify you.
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I don't recall anyone ever claiming to be the vanguard of the golden age of anything. Do you know why that is? Because even if it were true, it still reeks of hubris.

ThePornCritic? Kind of a geeky name, no?
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The Golden Age is usually the begining of when stuff was good for it's day, and achieved significant popularity.

I submit the Golden Age of SHIB content began with Superheroine Demise site Sooperhero.com, then Superheroinecentral.com and Superheroines.com and Rye's early stuff. Late 90s into early 2000's.

A Golden Age ends when there's a significant decline or a big change of how things are done for some reason. Don't think that's happened yet. Might be up for discussion, but the only change I saw is a transition from jpg photos, photo comics, short SD movies onward to HD movies, short and long, that new technology made possible, and many more producers. That to me is not a big enough change to consider the Golden Age ended and the Silver Age began at that transition. Debatable I suppose.

That's my take. Your promotional topic title notwithstanding.

There's only one Golden Age. It started long before you! You're welcome to add to it.

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theScribbler wrote: 2 days ago The Golden Age is usually the begining of when stuff was good for it's day, and achieved significant popularity.

I submit the Golden Age of SHIB content began with Superheroine Demise site Sooperhero.com, then Superheroinecentral.com and Superheroines.com and Rye's early stuff. Late 90s into early 2000's.

A Golden Age ends when there's a significant decline or a big change of how things are done for some reason. Don't think that's happened yet. Might be up for discussion, but the only change I saw is a transition from jpg photos, photo comics, short SD movies onward to HD movies, short and long, that new technology made possible, and many more producers. That to me is not a big enough change to consider the Golden Age ended and the Silver Age began at that transition. Debatable I suppose.

That's my take. Your promotional topic title notwithstanding.

There's only one Golden Age. It started long before you! You're welcome to add to it.

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My contributions shall not be associated with mediocre and worthless content. Rye has never created anything of value. Superheroinecentral is automatically disqualified for "Confederate heroines" and warnings of interracial sex between heroines and black men, and the site has zero value.

The Golden Age of SHIP has just begun.
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ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago
theScribbler wrote: 2 days ago The Golden Age is usually the begining of when stuff was good for it's day, and achieved significant popularity.

I submit the Golden Age of SHIB content began with Superheroine Demise site Sooperhero.com, then Superheroinecentral.com and Superheroines.com and Rye's early stuff. Late 90s into early 2000's.

A Golden Age ends when there's a significant decline or a big change of how things are done for some reason. Don't think that's happened yet. Might be up for discussion, but the only change I saw is a transition from jpg photos, photo comics, short SD movies onward to HD movies, short and long, that new technology made possible, and many more producers. That to me is not a big enough change to consider the Golden Age ended and the Silver Age began at that transition. Debatable I suppose.

That's my take. Your promotional topic title notwithstanding.

There's only one Golden Age. It started long before you! You're welcome to add to it.

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My contributions shall not be associated with mediocre and worthless content. Rye has never created anything of value. Superheroinecentral is automatically disqualified for "Confederate heroines" and warnings of interracial sex between heroines and black men, and the site has zero value.

The Golden Age of SHIP has just begun.
Stubbornly ignoring what Golden Age of anything actually means doesn't change anything.

If you're making SHIB, then you'll be associated with all the SHIB that preceded you. From late 1990s to now.

You can think you're better than what came before, but they laid the ground work. You'll be riding their coattails.

Both of your posts in this thread just proves you're the worst PR person of all time.

Rye has created value, has many SHIB fans still.
SHC is not disqualified, has had many SHIB fans over time.

The Golden Age of SHIP began in late 1990s no matter what Trump-like delusion you want to pretend.

Let me clarify: You B Wrong. You should work on your PR skills.
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theScribbler wrote: 2 days ago
ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago
theScribbler wrote: 2 days ago The Golden Age is usually the begining of when stuff was good for it's day, and achieved significant popularity.

I submit the Golden Age of SHIB content began with Superheroine Demise site Sooperhero.com, then Superheroinecentral.com and Superheroines.com and Rye's early stuff. Late 90s into early 2000's.

A Golden Age ends when there's a significant decline or a big change of how things are done for some reason. Don't think that's happened yet. Might be up for discussion, but the only change I saw is a transition from jpg photos, photo comics, short SD movies onward to HD movies, short and long, that new technology made possible, and many more producers. That to me is not a big enough change to consider the Golden Age ended and the Silver Age began at that transition. Debatable I suppose.

That's my take. Your promotional topic title notwithstanding.

There's only one Golden Age. It started long before you! You're welcome to add to it.

:lynda1:
My contributions shall not be associated with mediocre and worthless content. Rye has never created anything of value. Superheroinecentral is automatically disqualified for "Confederate heroines" and warnings of interracial sex between heroines and black men, and the site has zero value.

The Golden Age of SHIP has just begun.
Stubbornly ignoring what Golden Age of anything actually means doesn't change anything.

If you're making SHIB, then you'll be associated with all the SHIB that preceded you. From late 1990s to now.

You can think you're better than what came before, but they laid the ground work. You'll be riding their coattails.

Both of your posts in this thread just proves you're the worst PR person of all time.

Rye has created value, has many SHIB fans still.
SHC is not disqualified, has had many SHIB fans over time.

The Golden Age of SHIP began in late 1990s no matter what Trump-like delusion you want to pretend.

Let me clarify: You B Wrong. You should work on your PR skills.
I am not ignoring the meaning of Golden Age. We clearly do not agree on the quality and respect (SHC's "Confederate Heroines & Warnings of black men in stories"). Golden Age is a subjective term. It simply has not occurred in SHIP in my opinion.

SHIP from the 1990s did not layout any groundwork for my content. I think the content from the 1990s is terrible without any display of talent. I certainly do not base any of my content on it. I am not riding their coattails.
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Okay, first things first: I am not proclaiming myself the vanguard of any Golden Age of SHIP or SHIB or whatever. I have a solid sense of my value to this community based on the work and the writing I have done here and at Wizard's Lair. And I let that speak for itself. It has been perhaps groundbreaking in some respects. I will let others be the judge of that. Mostly I stand on the shoulders of all the skilled SHIP authors who have inspired me over the many years since the late 90s when the SHIP world truly began to blossom. It has always been my dream and my pleasure to move the needle forward here. That has been one of the joys of my life.

I have been working with ThePornCritic over the past year on many enjoyable projects and scripts as well as getting together in chat rooms to brainstorm over some exciting projects down the road. That said, this announcement by ThePornCritic and his reengagement with this community in this way has completely blindsided me. I was expecting better not Barnum!

Of course I would like to introduce wonderful new concepts for SHIP stories and SHIP videos. One strives to always set a high bar in one's creative endeavors. But to proclaim that one is initiating "a new golden age?" Seriously? It's history and the passage of time and the view in the rear view mirror that bestows those laurels on the head of those deserving of such aggrandizement, not those who would have it be so in the mirror!

I'm sorry if this post upsets you, ThePornCritic, but I will not allow my name to be associated with such a bombastic announcement. I wish you had cleared it with me before posting it. I would have set a far different course.

Edit note: When I wrote this post, ThePornCritic had included me as a member of his "vanguard" in his initial post which is why I was so vehement in my reply. He has since edited my name out of that post.
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Aaaand my blocked list has just expanded to three names.
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The golden age of SHIP is not just decreed by some dude who proclaims it from some perceived mountaintop. It is achieved through the general consensus of the community and the perceived quality and popularity consensus of the community at large. Anything else is just blowing smoke and grandiose overstatements. The SHIP community as a whole will be the ultimate arbiter of whether we are in a golden age, not any one dude. I don't know if there is anybody in our special little community that has the credibility and following to make such a presumptuous and bombastic statement, nobody I know at least. Everybody has the right to their opinion I guess, even if it might not represent the views of the overwhelming majority of most of our little community. There was a lot of great stuff in the 90's in my view, a lot of that content drew many of us here to this genre. Kind of funny how some folks think this genre started in 2012. A lot of good and talented folks created a lot of top notch stuff that still holds up to this day. It might not be some folks cup of tea, but I think that stuff ought to be honored and respected, even if it doesn't float a couple dudes boats.
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ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago
My contributions shall not be associated with mediocre and worthless content. Rye has never created anything of value. Superheroinecentral is automatically disqualified for "Confederate heroines" and warnings of interracial sex between heroines and black men, and the site has zero value.
What does that even mean, "confederate"? SHC most certainly had Asians, Hispanics, Slavic, Black. Not 100% spread around but I don't think Akira Lane is "confederate". And what do you mean by "warnings"?

BTW One Punch Man isn't exactly black.
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Bert wrote: 2 days ago Aaaand my blocked list has just expanded to three names.
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bushwackerbob wrote: 2 days ago The golden age of SHIP is not just decreed by some dude who proclaims it from some perceived mountaintop. It is achieved through the general consensus of the community and the perceived quality and popularity consensus of the community at large. Anything else is just blowing smoke and grandiose overstatements. The SHIP community as a whole will be the ultimate arbiter of whether we are in a golden age, not any one dude. I don't know if there is anybody in our special little community that has the credibility and following to make such a presumptuous and bombastic statement, nobody I know at least. Everybody has the right to their opinion I guess, even if it might not represent the views of the overwhelming majority of most of our little community. There was a lot of great stuff in the 90's in my view, a lot of that content drew many of us here to this genre. Kind of funny how some folks think this genre started in 2012. A lot of good and talented folks created a lot of top notch stuff that still holds up to this day. It might not be some folks cup of tea, but I think that stuff ought to be honored and respected, even if it doesn't float a couple dudes boats.
A person determines the Golden Age of SHIP or any type of art for themselves. The value of art is subjective. Every story, illustration, and movie of this fetish are works of art.

The past work from the 1990s and 2000s are not entitled to respect. People do not say, "Let's honor something that we dislike". That simply doesn't happen.

It is great for anyone to believe the 1990s and 2000s are the Golden Age of SHIP. Enjoy the content that you like. However, nobody else must believe that. Nobody must like or respect the work from that time. In my opinion, there is nothing of value from that time.

Most hardcore customers would never believe the 1990s and 2000s are the Golden Age of SHIP. It is not an overwhelming number of people who believe that period was the best of SHIP. Most hardcore customers would think it was a terrible era in the genre.
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Mr. X wrote: 2 days ago
ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago
My contributions shall not be associated with mediocre and worthless content. Rye has never created anything of value. Superheroinecentral is automatically disqualified for "Confederate heroines" and warnings of interracial sex between heroines and black men, and the site has zero value.
What does that even mean, "confederate"? SHC most certainly had Asians, Hispanics, Slavic, Black. Not 100% spread around but I don't think Akira Lane is "confederate". And what do you mean by "warnings"?

BTW One Punch Man isn't exactly black.
First, black people can comprehend media such as One Punch Man.

Second, Mrs. Confederate and Southern Girl are "Confederate Heroines" from Superheroinecentral under Nightwing. Their costumes feature the Confederate Flag. These heroines represent traitors of the United States.

Third, several stories about heroines with black men have warnings such as "FYI this story features interracial sex with a white woman and black man. You should skip this if blacks and blondes aren't for you".
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ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago
bushwackerbob wrote: 2 days ago The golden age of SHIP is not just decreed by some dude who proclaims it from some perceived mountaintop. It is achieved through the general consensus of the community and the perceived quality and popularity consensus of the community at large. Anything else is just blowing smoke and grandiose overstatements. The SHIP community as a whole will be the ultimate arbiter of whether we are in a golden age, not any one dude. I don't know if there is anybody in our special little community that has the credibility and following to make such a presumptuous and bombastic statement, nobody I know at least. Everybody has the right to their opinion I guess, even if it might not represent the views of the overwhelming majority of most of our little community. There was a lot of great stuff in the 90's in my view, a lot of that content drew many of us here to this genre. Kind of funny how some folks think this genre started in 2012. A lot of good and talented folks created a lot of top notch stuff that still holds up to this day. It might not be some folks cup of tea, but I think that stuff ought to be honored and respected, even if it doesn't float a couple dudes boats.
A person determines the Golden Age of SHIP or any type of art for themselves. The value of art is subjective. Every story, illustration, and movie of this fetish are works of art.

The past work from the 1990s and 2000s are not entitled to respect. People do not say, "Let's honor something that we dislike". That simply doesn't happen.

It is great for anyone to believe the 1990s and 2000s are the Golden Age of SHIP. Enjoy the content that you like. However, nobody else must believe that. Nobody must like or respect the work from that time. In my opinion, there is nothing of value from that time.

Most hardcore customers would never believe the 1990s and 2000s are the Golden Age of SHIP. It is not an overwhelming number of people who believe that period was the best of SHIP. Most hardcore customers would think it was a terrible era in the genre.
Norman Lear did not declare the 70's a golden age for television sitcoms, he was secure enough in his brilliance to let other folks characterize that era. Most normal folks would have called him an arrogant prick for declaring it himself. One of the lessons my dear departed Mom always taught me was to have some humility, let others compliment you when you do good work or a good deed, don't go on pumping yourself up as the greatest, the best, because one can come off as a self aggrandizing jerk who thinks his shit doesn't smell (well, she didn't say that part). The community at large ultimately has that power to give people's stuff a thumbs up or thumbs down, not any one person. I could say that the next year is going to be a golden age for beer pong because I think I am the greatest of all time! I will take on all comers! But alas, I will not, because my Mother taught me to be better than that and have some modesty. Being confident in one's abilities is great, but singing one's own praises comes off arrogant, cocky, and unlikeable, and here's a little sales hint, you might not engender a lot of sales if you put yourself forth in that manner. I am unaware of any one person who has ever with any credibility unilaterally decreed a golden age. Just because one dude says something does not make it so. I don't like black and white movies at all, but I know that the cinema of today has its links and origins of the films of that black and white era, and I know that if I start crapping on black and white films that I will unnecessarily antagonize a good number of decent folks, so I don't go out of my way to do so, but that's just me, I rather not be a troll.
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bushwackerbob wrote: 2 days ago
ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago
bushwackerbob wrote: 2 days ago The golden age of SHIP is not just decreed by some dude who proclaims it from some perceived mountaintop. It is achieved through the general consensus of the community and the perceived quality and popularity consensus of the community at large. Anything else is just blowing smoke and grandiose overstatements. The SHIP community as a whole will be the ultimate arbiter of whether we are in a golden age, not any one dude. I don't know if there is anybody in our special little community that has the credibility and following to make such a presumptuous and bombastic statement, nobody I know at least. Everybody has the right to their opinion I guess, even if it might not represent the views of the overwhelming majority of most of our little community. There was a lot of great stuff in the 90's in my view, a lot of that content drew many of us here to this genre. Kind of funny how some folks think this genre started in 2012. A lot of good and talented folks created a lot of top notch stuff that still holds up to this day. It might not be some folks cup of tea, but I think that stuff ought to be honored and respected, even if it doesn't float a couple dudes boats.
A person determines the Golden Age of SHIP or any type of art for themselves. The value of art is subjective. Every story, illustration, and movie of this fetish are works of art.

The past work from the 1990s and 2000s are not entitled to respect. People do not say, "Let's honor something that we dislike". That simply doesn't happen.

It is great for anyone to believe the 1990s and 2000s are the Golden Age of SHIP. Enjoy the content that you like. However, nobody else must believe that. Nobody must like or respect the work from that time. In my opinion, there is nothing of value from that time.

Most hardcore customers would never believe the 1990s and 2000s are the Golden Age of SHIP. It is not an overwhelming number of people who believe that period was the best of SHIP. Most hardcore customers would think it was a terrible era in the genre.
Norman Lear did not declare the 70's a golden age for television sitcoms, he was secure enough in his brilliance to let other folks characterize that era. Most normal folks would have called him an arrogant prick for declaring it himself. One of the lessons my dear departed Mom always taught me was to have some humility, let others compliment you when you do good work or a good deed, don't go on pumping yourself up as the greatest, the best, because one can come off as a self aggrandizing jerk who thinks his shit doesn't smell (well, she didn't say that part). The community at large ultimately has that power to give people's stuff a thumbs up or thumbs down, not any one person. I could say that the next year is going to be a golden age for beer pong because I think I am the greatest of all time! I will take on all comers! But alas, I will not, because my Mother taught me to be better than that and have some modesty. Being confident in one's abilities is great, but singing one's own praises comes off arrogant, cocky, and unlikeable, and here's a little sales hint, you might not engender a lot of sales if you put yourself forth in that manner. I am unaware of any one person who has ever with any credibility unilaterally decreed a golden age. Just because one dude says something does not make it so. I don't like black and white movies at all, but I know that the cinema of today has its links and origins of the films of that black and white era, and I know that if I start crapping on black and white films that I will unnecessarily antagonize a good number of decent folks, so I don't go out of my way to do so, but that's just me, I rather not be a troll.
This attitude is a problem with our society. It bleeds in every type of community from SHIP, video games, TV, and art. People accuse individuals with different opinions to be trolls. This attitude is unhealthy because it does not allow a calm discussion. It is perfectly okay for anyone to publicly dislike black and white films.

I had a buddy in college, who disliked one of my favorite video game franchises. He thought it was really bad and the games were too difficult from his opinion. Was I offended by him? No. Was he trolling me? No. He was a good guy with a different point of view. We decided to play Mario Soccer for we could enjoy a game together.

One person declaring a "Golden Age" is very common in communities. One person must start the conservation. It's not about the person calling himself or herself great. It's about recognizing the collection of art from that period of time. It is only from that person's point of view. I suggest you search "The Golden Age of Nintendo" on Google. There are many articles with different points of views.

The older members in the community may believe the 90s and 2000s were the best years. I've seen the content from that time. I'm not impressed. That's my opinion. I think for myself. Nobody will force me to accept the 90s and 2000s as the Golden Age.
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ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago This attitude is a problem with our society. It bleeds in every type of community from SHIP, video games, TV, and art. People accuse individuals with different opinions to be trolls. This attitude is unhealthy because it does not allow a calm discussion. It is perfectly okay for anyone to publicly dislike black and white films.
Ok then why are you complaining about people not liking blacks in porn?
Also why is your icon that of a white girl?
You come here complaining about people not liking black content or warning customers of black on white sex then you say its OK to publicly like or dislike something. You promote black girls then have a white girl icon.

What is wrong with you?
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Mr. X wrote: 2 days ago
ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago This attitude is a problem with our society. It bleeds in every type of community from SHIP, video games, TV, and art. People accuse individuals with different opinions to be trolls. This attitude is unhealthy because it does not allow a calm discussion. It is perfectly okay for anyone to publicly dislike black and white films.
Ok then why are you complaining about people not liking blacks in porn?
Also why is your icon that of a white girl?
You come here complaining about people not liking black content or warning customers of black on white sex then you say its OK to publicly like or dislike something. You promote black girls then have a white girl icon.

What is wrong with you?
First, you are lying.

Second, the introduction/first post of this topic was not about race. It was a simple statement that I have returned. I was transparent with my identity by explaining my different names on sites with SHIP content. If someone finds my content on another site, then they would be aware it is my account.

Third, a person recognized Superheroinecentral as a site in the Golden Age. I simply disagreed due to the disrespectful content on the site. I am not an Uncle Tom. As a black man, I will never respect and recognize hateful content such as Mrs. Confederate.

Fourth, I never demanded anyone to be sexually attracted to black women. I did not tell anyone that they must watch interracial porn.

Fifth, I can be attracted to white women as well.

Sixth, my race does not determine the icon on my account.

Seventh, black and white films from Bob's post and my post are films before we had color in television and movies.
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ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago
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bushwackerbob wrote: 2 days ago The golden age of SHIP is not just decreed by some dude who proclaims it from some perceived mountaintop. It is achieved through the general consensus of the community and the perceived quality and popularity consensus of the community at large. Anything else is just blowing smoke and grandiose overstatements. The SHIP community as a whole will be the ultimate arbiter of whether we are in a golden age, not any one dude. I don't know if there is anybody in our special little community that has the credibility and following to make such a presumptuous and bombastic statement, nobody I know at least. Everybody has the right to their opinion I guess, even if it might not represent the views of the overwhelming majority of most of our little community. There was a lot of great stuff in the 90's in my view, a lot of that content drew many of us here to this genre. Kind of funny how some folks think this genre started in 2012. A lot of good and talented folks created a lot of top notch stuff that still holds up to this day. It might not be some folks cup of tea, but I think that stuff ought to be honored and respected, even if it doesn't float a couple dudes boats.
A person determines the Golden Age of SHIP or any type of art for themselves. The value of art is subjective. Every story, illustration, and movie of this fetish are works of art.

The past work from the 1990s and 2000s are not entitled to respect. People do not say, "Let's honor something that we dislike". That simply doesn't happen.

It is great for anyone to believe the 1990s and 2000s are the Golden Age of SHIP. Enjoy the content that you like. However, nobody else must believe that. Nobody must like or respect the work from that time. In my opinion, there is nothing of value from that time.

Most hardcore customers would never believe the 1990s and 2000s are the Golden Age of SHIP. It is not an overwhelming number of people who believe that period was the best of SHIP. Most hardcore customers would think it was a terrible era in the genre.
Norman Lear did not declare the 70's a golden age for television sitcoms, he was secure enough in his brilliance to let other folks characterize that era. Most normal folks would have called him an arrogant prick for declaring it himself. One of the lessons my dear departed Mom always taught me was to have some humility, let others compliment you when you do good work or a good deed, don't go on pumping yourself up as the greatest, the best, because one can come off as a self aggrandizing jerk who thinks his shit doesn't smell (well, she didn't say that part). The community at large ultimately has that power to give people's stuff a thumbs up or thumbs down, not any one person. I could say that the next year is going to be a golden age for beer pong because I think I am the greatest of all time! I will take on all comers! But alas, I will not, because my Mother taught me to be better than that and have some modesty. Being confident in one's abilities is great, but singing one's own praises comes off arrogant, cocky, and unlikeable, and here's a little sales hint, you might not engender a lot of sales if you put yourself forth in that manner. I am unaware of any one person who has ever with any credibility unilaterally decreed a golden age. Just because one dude says something does not make it so. I don't like black and white movies at all, but I know that the cinema of today has its links and origins of the films of that black and white era, and I know that if I start crapping on black and white films that I will unnecessarily antagonize a good number of decent folks, so I don't go out of my way to do so, but that's just me, I rather not be a troll.
This attitude is a problem with our society. It bleeds in every type of community from SHIP, video games, TV, and art. People accuse individuals with different opinions to be trolls. This attitude is unhealthy because it does not allow a calm discussion. It is perfectly okay for anyone to publicly dislike black and white films.

I had a buddy in college, who disliked one of my favorite video game franchises. He thought it was really bad and the games were too difficult from his opinion. Was I offended by him? No. Was he trolling me? No. He was a good guy with a different point of view. We decided to play Mario Soccer for we could enjoy a game together.

One person declaring a "Golden Age" is very common in communities. One person must start the conservation. It's not about the person calling himself or herself great. It's about recognizing the collection of art from that period of time. It is only from that person's point of view. I suggest you search "The Golden Age of Nintendo" on Google. There are many articles with different points of views.

The older members in the community may believe the 90s and 2000s were the best years. I've seen the content from that time. I'm not impressed. That's my opinion. I think for myself. Nobody will force me to accept the 90s and 2000s as the Golden Age.
Yes, I agree that attitude is the problem with society, that people use social media as a stream of consciousness platform with no regards as to how other people may take those opinions. Now if somebody has little to no consideration as to how those words or opinions affect others, then fine, have at it, but I think it rather foolish to think one can express an opinion in a vacuum. Everybody has the right to express their opinions any way they like, but the other side of that coin is that folks can fire back at you for an unpopular opinion and while some of those types of conversations can be entertaining, the vibe I get from most members here is that most of those "I find that SHIP style sucks or that type of SHIP film is not SHIP", that most folks in this community find those conversations to be unpleasant and unnecessary. I see this place largely as a place where folks from the SHIP community and share their love for SHIP and not focus on our differences of opinion on what makes up SHIP, a sort of fellowship of SHIP enthusiasts who come together to share their love of SHIP, and I think those type of crap on whatever style you dislike goes against the founding principles of this website. That's not what we do here in my view.
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bushwackerbob wrote: 2 days ago Yes, I agree that attitude is the problem with society, that people use social media as a stream of consciousness platform with no regards as to how other people may take those opinions. Now if somebody has little to no consideration as to how those words or opinions affect others, then fine, have at it, but I think it rather foolish to think one can express an opinion in a vacuum. Everybody has the right to express their opinions any way they like, but the other side of that coin is that folks can fire back at you for an unpopular opinion and while some of those types of conversations can be entertaining, the vibe I get from most members here is that most of those "I find that SHIP style sucks or that type of SHIP film is not SHIP", that most folks in this community find those conversations to be unpleasant and unnecessary. I see this place largely as a place where folks from the SHIP community and share their love for SHIP and not focus on our differences of opinion on what makes up SHIP, a sort of fellowship of SHIP enthusiasts who come together to share their love of SHIP, and I think those type of crap on whatever style you dislike goes against the founding principles of this website. That's not what we do here in my view.
The quotes are very large so I reduced it to the newest post.

You cannot have any conversation if everyone is forced to be silent on something that they dislike. The only want to move forward is to listen to one another. I tell one of my best friends to criticize me and to not hold back. His words filled me with determination to improve in my business (not SHIP related). With his criticism, I have able to fulfill my goals.

Sometimes the conversation of "what sucks" to one person may be very helpful to people. How can this genre improve? How can this studio improve? I am taking a look at my story about my original heroine. People here enjoyed the plot, but they criticized the quality of the writing. It was a fair and respectful criticism. Thanks to saying "Porn Critic the writing and formatting weren't great", I am looking back on improving that writing for it be smooth and people can enjoy it better.

Also, the opening post/first post does not crap on any era of SHIP. A period of art may not be the Golden Age to you or me, but it does not mean it is bad. Many basketball fans say the 80s or 90s were the Golden Age of the NBA. However, many fans still enjoyed the 2000s with the Lakers, Spurs, and the few teams from the East, who grabbed glory.

You can say something or someone is the greatest of all times. That doesn't mean everything before or after it is bad. People should not jump to that conclusion.
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By editing your original post you have created a paradox where all of us are complaining about a stance you took that no longer exists; regarding you being at the vanguard of a new golden age and naming me and others as part of that new approach. Consequently it is difficult if not impossible to discuss your earlier points.

Were you clear that you meant the late 90s wasn't a golden age for hard-core SHIP or wasn't a golden age for SHIP in general? Hard to know since the post has been altered! If you meant the former, you might have had others agreeing with you more.

As the first post in this thread now reads, one can say good luck and I look forward to seeing you develop new vistas in hard core SHIP. I just wish that that was the post you had orinally put up.
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DrDominator9 wrote: 2 days ago By editing your original post you have created a paradox where all of us are complaining about a stance you took that no longer exists; regarding you being at the vanguard of a new golden age and naming me and others as part of that new approach. Consequently it is difficult if not impossible to discuss your earlier points.

Were you clear that you meant the late 90s wasn't a golden age for hard-core SHIP or wasn't a golden age for SHIP in general? Hard to know since the post has been altered! If you meant the former, you might have had others agreeing with you more.

As the first post in this thread now reads, one can say good luck and I look forward to seeing you develop new vistas in hard core SHIP. I just wish that that was the post you had orinally put up.
The first post never had any statements about the late 90s or any other era of SHIP. theScribbler made the first statement about the 90s and 2000s, and I responded to him. I am disappointed that you would make such a comment since my first post never mentioned the 90s.

Clearly others such as yourself did not understand my statement of "vanguard". It was a reference to a game of the same name. I already explained it to you in private and you are publicly ignoring that fact.
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ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago
bushwackerbob wrote: 2 days ago Yes, I agree that attitude is the problem with society, that people use social media as a stream of consciousness platform with no regards as to how other people may take those opinions. Now if somebody has little to no consideration as to how those words or opinions affect others, then fine, have at it, but I think it rather foolish to think one can express an opinion in a vacuum. Everybody has the right to express their opinions any way they like, but the other side of that coin is that folks can fire back at you for an unpopular opinion and while some of those types of conversations can be entertaining, the vibe I get from most members here is that most of those "I find that SHIP style sucks or that type of SHIP film is not SHIP", that most folks in this community find those conversations to be unpleasant and unnecessary. I see this place largely as a place where folks from the SHIP community and share their love for SHIP and not focus on our differences of opinion on what makes up SHIP, a sort of fellowship of SHIP enthusiasts who come together to share their love of SHIP, and I think those type of crap on whatever style you dislike goes against the founding principles of this website. That's not what we do here in my view.
The quotes are very large so I reduced it to the newest post.

You cannot have any conversation if everyone is forced to be silent on something that they dislike. The only want to move forward is to listen to one another. I tell one of my best friends to criticize me and to not hold back. His words filled me with determination to improve in my business (not SHIP related). With his criticism, I have able to fulfill my goals.

Sometimes the conversation of "what sucks" to one person may be very helpful to people. How can this genre improve? How can this studio improve? I am taking a look at my story about my original heroine. People here enjoyed the plot, but they criticized the quality of the writing. It was a fair and respectful criticism. Thanks to saying "Porn Critic the writing and formatting weren't great", I am looking back on improving that writing for it be smooth and people can enjoy it better.

Also, the opening post/first post does not crap on any era of SHIP. A period of art may not be the Golden Age to you or me, but it does not mean it is bad. Many basketball fans say the 80s or 90s were the Golden Age of the NBA. However, many fans still enjoyed the 2000s with the Lakers, Spurs, and the few teams from the East, who grabbed glory.

You can say something or someone is the greatest of all times. That doesn't mean everything before or after it is bad. People should not jump to that conclusion.
I see this forum like my favorite bar that I used to hang out before COVID. My friends and I love this bar, we love to relax, kick back, tell jokes, enjoy our brotherhood of superheroines. Do we need a Karen coming in here to create new fruity apple liquered concoction to change the bar? Crapping on a style of SHIP does not help anybody. Let's get to the crux of the issue. The softcore style is what the majority favors and you deeply resent that reality and you express that resentment by denigrating the softcore style. I am sorry that there are so few hardcore places for you to get your SHIP porn with Primal producing less, but crapping on softcore is not going to remedy that situation. Your particular tastes for this genre are the minority view. I welcome you back to this site, but I do hope you will one day realize that most of your criticisms of SHIP are a matter of taste and are not constructive criticisms that encourage the brotherhood and fellowship of our community.
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bushwackerbob wrote: 2 days ago
ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago
bushwackerbob wrote: 2 days ago Yes, I agree that attitude is the problem with society, that people use social media as a stream of consciousness platform with no regards as to how other people may take those opinions. Now if somebody has little to no consideration as to how those words or opinions affect others, then fine, have at it, but I think it rather foolish to think one can express an opinion in a vacuum. Everybody has the right to express their opinions any way they like, but the other side of that coin is that folks can fire back at you for an unpopular opinion and while some of those types of conversations can be entertaining, the vibe I get from most members here is that most of those "I find that SHIP style sucks or that type of SHIP film is not SHIP", that most folks in this community find those conversations to be unpleasant and unnecessary. I see this place largely as a place where folks from the SHIP community and share their love for SHIP and not focus on our differences of opinion on what makes up SHIP, a sort of fellowship of SHIP enthusiasts who come together to share their love of SHIP, and I think those type of crap on whatever style you dislike goes against the founding principles of this website. That's not what we do here in my view.
The quotes are very large so I reduced it to the newest post.

You cannot have any conversation if everyone is forced to be silent on something that they dislike. The only want to move forward is to listen to one another. I tell one of my best friends to criticize me and to not hold back. His words filled me with determination to improve in my business (not SHIP related). With his criticism, I have able to fulfill my goals.

Sometimes the conversation of "what sucks" to one person may be very helpful to people. How can this genre improve? How can this studio improve? I am taking a look at my story about my original heroine. People here enjoyed the plot, but they criticized the quality of the writing. It was a fair and respectful criticism. Thanks to saying "Porn Critic the writing and formatting weren't great", I am looking back on improving that writing for it be smooth and people can enjoy it better.

Also, the opening post/first post does not crap on any era of SHIP. A period of art may not be the Golden Age to you or me, but it does not mean it is bad. Many basketball fans say the 80s or 90s were the Golden Age of the NBA. However, many fans still enjoyed the 2000s with the Lakers, Spurs, and the few teams from the East, who grabbed glory.

You can say something or someone is the greatest of all times. That doesn't mean everything before or after it is bad. People should not jump to that conclusion.
I see this forum like my favorite bar that I used to hang out before COVID. My friends and I love this bar, we love to relax, kick back, tell jokes, enjoy our brotherhood of superheroines. Do we need a Karen coming in here to create new fruity apple liquered concoction to change the bar? Crapping on a style of SHIP does not help anybody. Let's get to the crux of the issue. The softcore style is what the majority favors and you deeply resent that reality and you express that resentment by denigrating the softcore style. I am sorry that there are so few hardcore places for you to get your SHIP porn with Primal producing less, but crapping on softcore is not going to remedy that situation. Your particular tastes for this genre are the minority view. I welcome you back to this site, but I do hope you will one day realize that most of your criticisms of SHIP are a matter of taste and are not constructive criticisms that encourage the brotherhood and fellowship of our community.
Thank you for welcoming me back to the community.

This topic was never about softcore porn. The opening post never mentioned any era of SHIP or any style of SHIP. I've already explained this. People are offended because I think this current time is the Golden of Age of SHIP. That's my opinion and everyone is free to disagree. I never mentioned the 90s in my first post.

theScribbler was the first person to talk about the 90s. Do not blame me for him starting that conversation about the 90s.

We do not know if softcore or hardcore is the majority. There is no data for either claim. We would need to poll the entire community, and that isn't possible. There are people on a variety of sites. Some of them do not come here.

I don't have any resentment. My criticisms of anything are my opinions on those topics. It's not anger at a particular group of person. I am expressing my honest opinions of what I think is good or bad.

You don't know the reasons for all of my opinions. I don't think the 90s and 2000s are the Golden Age of SHIP due to hateful content from some creators such as the "Confederate Heroines", "Warnings of Interracial Sex", "The negative depictions of blacks in stories", "Every black heroine named after a dark color or animal". That would be a terrible time for someone like myself. Did you ever consider that? Yes, I dislike softcore and see it as mediocre content with no value. That style is not the tip of the iceberg of my opinion.

I didn't even want to discuss race in this topic. The opening topic does NOT discuss any era of SHIP, theScribbler was the first person to mention the 90s. You gave me no choice. Please understand why a black man would not think the 90s and 2000s were great for SHIP. It's great that you enjoy it. As a black man, I do not enjoy that era in any fashion.
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Alright. I remember days when threads in this section just said "Hi here I am"

OK let's just take a breath.
Yes it's a somewhat over the top statement, but let's not drive anyone away here with our indignation.

Ambition can be a good thing sometimes; having a desire to produce good content is a good aspiration to have; declaring you are the birth of the Golden Age is a bit presumptuous, but there it is.

Let's just accept that the jury is out on this one at the moment and see what transpires, but we all have our own opinion on the validity of that statement and for once in this forum it's pretty much universal agreement.

Who knows, maybe we will be stunned and amazed after all.
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There are no hard numbers to back that up that softcore is the dominant style, but I think you can point to two factors, that softcore was the original SHIP default style and also that most conversations on here about favorite SHIP films revolve around softcore titles. I was the only guy to bring up Blake Blossom's awesome performance in the Primal Supergirl film. If I were to do a deep dive into it, I could probably come up with other factors as to why softcore is the dominant style, at least on this forum, but it is getting late. I know the other site for which you had issues as well seemed fairly dominant in the softcore style as well. All of this is fairly anecdotal evidence, but I think any objective observer would think the softcore folks outnumber the hardcore guys on a number of sites, including this one. I would think that if you had a great number of folks that supported your view, that more good people might rise to your defense. I don't like romantic comedies or chick flicks, so my opinions on those films are worthless, so expressing my honest opinions on romcoms or chick flicks, those opinions really are not valid, kind of like me trying to evaluate the hotness of Liam Helmsworth or Chris Pine as a heterosexual dude, I can't really say I wish those dudes had breasts and critique them. It makes no sense to call an age golden before it begins.
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Let's just welcome back General MacArthur and be done with it
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GeekyPornCritic is hardly a newbie and his, now altered, first post under his new name was a doozy.
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bushwackerbob wrote: 2 days ago There are no hard numbers to back that up that softcore is the dominant style, but I think you can point to two factors, that softcore was the original SHIP default style and also that most conversations on here about favorite SHIP films revolve around softcore titles. I was the only guy to bring up Blake Blossom's awesome performance in the Primal Supergirl film. If I were to do a deep dive into it, I could probably come up with other factors as to why softcore is the dominant style, at least on this forum, but it is getting late. I know the other site for which you had issues as well seemed fairly dominant in the softcore style as well. All of this is fairly anecdotal evidence, but I think any objective observer would think the softcore folks outnumber the hardcore guys on a number of sites, including this one. I would think that if you had a great number of folks that supported your view, that more good people might rise to your defense. I don't like romantic comedies or chick flicks, so my opinions on those films are worthless, so expressing my honest opinions on romcoms or chick flicks, those opinions really are not valid, kind of like me trying to evaluate the hotness of Liam Helmsworth or Chris Pine as a heterosexual dude, I can't really say I wish those dudes had breasts and critique them. It makes no sense to call an age golden before it begins.
You and many others completely dodged my reasons for not considering the 90s and 2000s to be the Golden Age of SHIP. I have stated many times that the period has hateful content. You have completely avoided and ignored. You cannot expect a calm conversation when you cherry pick statements for your comfort.

To expect a black man to respect the 90s and 2000s of SHIP is unreasonable and disrespectful. That period has many insensitive, hateful, and inconsiderate content. Not all of the content was disrespectful. There is a portion that is disrespectful. I am not an Uncle Tom. I will never believe a period with hateful content to be fantastic.
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ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago
bushwackerbob wrote: 2 days ago There are no hard numbers to back that up that softcore is the dominant style, but I think you can point to two factors, that softcore was the original SHIP default style and also that most conversations on here about favorite SHIP films revolve around softcore titles. I was the only guy to bring up Blake Blossom's awesome performance in the Primal Supergirl film. If I were to do a deep dive into it, I could probably come up with other factors as to why softcore is the dominant style, at least on this forum, but it is getting late. I know the other site for which you had issues as well seemed fairly dominant in the softcore style as well. All of this is fairly anecdotal evidence, but I think any objective observer would think the softcore folks outnumber the hardcore guys on a number of sites, including this one. I would think that if you had a great number of folks that supported your view, that more good people might rise to your defense. I don't like romantic comedies or chick flicks, so my opinions on those films are worthless, so expressing my honest opinions on romcoms or chick flicks, those opinions really are not valid, kind of like me trying to evaluate the hotness of Liam Helmsworth or Chris Pine as a heterosexual dude, I can't really say I wish those dudes had breasts and critique them. It makes no sense to call an age golden before it begins.
You and many others completely dodged my reasons for not considering the 90s and 2000s to be the Golden Age of SHIP. I have stated many times that the period has hateful content. You have completely avoided and ignored. You cannot expect a calm conversation when you cherry pick statements for your comfort.

To expect a black man to respect the 90s and 2000s of SHIP is unreasonable and disrespectful. That period has many insensitive, hateful, and inconsiderate content. Not all of the content was disrespectful. There is a portion that is disrespectful. I am not an Uncle Tom. I will never believe a period with hateful content to be fantastic.
You can look historically at any medium and find stuff that is PC incorrect today but was less so when they were created. You can like or dislike anything you please, I don't give a rats ass, but I think defining the 90's and 2000's of SHIP because of what you describe as a portion of disrespectful content, well, that's the definition of painting such a broad brush. There is pretty much a consensus by critics that the 70's was the best decade ever for movies, a golden age if you will. I am sure you could pick any number of films from that decade that played into black stereotypes and fed into racism, but I imagine most folks when looking back on that time will focus on the simply great and critically acclaimed films of that era, not the ones that affirmed false and negative stereotypes. In my view it is just not logical to me to retroactively attempt to cancel a historical era because a "portion" of content in that era played into racism and racist stereotypes. Under that type of retroactive era cancelling we would be unable to celebrate any historical era that had racist overtones in a portion of its content if we took your point to its logical conclusion.
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bushwackerbob wrote: 1 day ago You can look historically at any medium and find stuff that is PC incorrect today but was less so when they were created. You can like or dislike anything you please, I don't give a rats ass, but I think defining the 90's and 2000's of SHIP because of what you describe as a portion of disrespectful content, well, that's the definition of painting such a broad brush. There is pretty much a consensus by critics that the 70's was the best decade ever for movies, a golden age if you will. I am sure you could pick any number of films from that decade that played into black stereotypes and fed into racism, but I imagine most folks when looking back on that time will focus on the simply great and critically acclaimed films of that era, not the ones that affirmed false and negative stereotypes. In my view it is just not logical to me to retroactively attempt to cancel a historical era because a "portion" of content in that era played into racism and racist stereotypes. Under that type of retroactive era cancelling we would be unable to celebrate any historical era that had racist overtones in a portion of its content if we took your point to its logical conclusion.
I am not demanding anyone to agree with me. It should be reasonable for people to understand and respect my reasons.

The hateful content from SHIP during that period was always disrespectful. It is not a new standard for PC Incorrect. For example, referring to blacks as animals has always been frown upon. This isn't a rare occurrence from that period. It was a common occurrence from that period. 99.99% of original black heroines are named after a dark color or an animal. That is a fact and continues to be a trend in our community.

Every era in a genre will have some stereotypes and distasteful content. SHIP has a glaring amount of distasteful content from that time. The reasons for it are ignorance from some people and hate from other creators.

I try something before I judge it. I have read hundreds of stories from the different eras of SHIP. The stories with blacks from the 90s and 2000s have many distasteful content.

Some people may not be aware of these contents. They may not seek interracial content because they prefer characters like themselves, and we all can relate to that feeling.

This is similar to blacks' feelings about black and white television and movies from the 20s to 60s. We do not celebrate most of it. We were not included at the table unless we played happy slaves, who wanted to be property and uncle toms.
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OK everyone has had their say, let's leave it at that.
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So I wrote in my first post in this thread: that the Golden Age of SHIP began with a few sites in late 90s and early 2000s. (To clarify: 1997or1998 to 2004 is a rough range when it began.)

Somehow this has morphed by someone into: Scribbler said the Golden Age of SHIP is 90s and 2000s.

That's not what I wrote. To clarify: 1997or1998 to 2004 is when it began, not it's entire length.

Also missed by the morpher is that after I gave the range of when the Golden Age of SHIP began, I talked about how I didn't think the Golden Age of SHIP has ended yet.

I'll repeat. The GOLDEN AGE OF SHIP has NOT ended. We're in it NOW! And it doesn't look like it'll be ending anytime soon.

The reason I posted initially was cause of the ridiculous assertion by one person proclaiming that the Golden Age was about to be begin with him, by him. I let him know this wasn't possible. He was too late to start the Golden Age already started. I did welcome him to join it.

This egomaniac chose to double down on his Trump imitation by denigrading well regarded SHIP content makers, and then reaffirming the Golden Age was just beginning with him (implied from first post).
ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago My contributions shall not be associated with mediocre and worthless content. Rye has never created anything of value. Superheroinecentral is automatically disqualified for "Confederate heroines" and warnings of interracial sex between heroines and black men, and the site has zero value.

The Golden Age of SHIP has just begun.

Whatever.

I have a thought. Quit skewing what I write to serve your nonsense.
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Alright let's leave it there
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theScribbler wrote: 1 day ago So I wrote in my first post in this thread: that the Golden Age of SHIP began with a few sites in late 90s and early 2000s. (To clarify: 1997or1998 to 2004 is a rough range when it began.)

Somehow this has morphed by someone into: Scribbler said the Golden Age of SHIP is 90s and 2000s.

That's not what I wrote. To clarify: 1997or1998 to 2004 is when it began, not it's entire length.

Also missed by the morpher is that after I gave the range of when the Golden Age of SHIP began, I talked about how I didn't think the Golden Age of SHIP has ended yet.

I'll repeat. The GOLDEN AGE OF SHIP has NOT ended. We're in it NOW! And it doesn't look like it'll be ending anytime soon.

The reason I posted initially was cause of the ridiculous assertion by one person proclaiming that the Golden Age was about to be begin with him, by him. I let him know this wasn't possible. He was too late to start the Golden Age already started. I did welcome him to join it.

This egomaniac chose to double down on his Trump imitation by denigrading well regarded SHIP content makers, and then reaffirming the Golden Age was just beginning with him (implied from first post).
ThePornCritic wrote: 2 days ago My contributions shall not be associated with mediocre and worthless content. Rye has never created anything of value. Superheroinecentral is automatically disqualified for "Confederate heroines" and warnings of interracial sex between heroines and black men, and the site has zero value.

The Golden Age of SHIP has just begun.

Whatever.

I have a thought. Quit skewing what I write to serve your nonsense.

Yeah don't waste your time with him. He's just going to misinterpret or get insulted by anything you say. Just stuffing a cat into a bag of dogs hoping a fight breaks out.
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Remember the bit where I said leave it there
That meant LEAVE IT THERE.
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After reading the first two posts by the Geek, I found myself laughing at the desperate attempt to troll people here. It's not even that good! An attempt to at least acknowledge the quality producers of material that people actually enjoyed would have created some validity. As with successful scams and conspiracies, there has to be a certain amount of truth around which to establish the lie.

Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose.
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tallyho wrote: 1 day ago Remember the bit where I said leave it there
That meant LEAVE IT THERE.
Please.
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Say what you want about the Golden Age of SHiB not having any credence. Like everything else, I just let the $$$ do the talking. Words don't mean shit. The paychecks each month were all the validation ANYONE ever needed at that time and place.

Let history decide whether Geeky Porn Critic was full of it or not by saying that the late 90's and early 00's weren't to be taken seriously by people. I have a Profit-and-Loss statement from Superheroine's Demise's tax accountant from the 2002 fiscal year that would shame ANYBODY who made that claim. Opinions nonwithstanding, nobody cares about any one single person's value statement on the industry. It's just carries no weight with the people who matter. Just let it go. Everyone is entitled to an opinion, informed... or otherwise.
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Also, as long as we're on the subject.... Anybody who retroactively comes back and starts editing and re-editing their own initial statements is not going to be posting from a position of confidence OR a position of strength.

If they're editing and reorganizing their original post and taking statements out - then that is ALL that needs to be said about their "vanguard" statement. It holds ZERO influence on the majority of readership here.

If it needed to be re-edited, how good could it possibly have been now that it's been self-censored by the author?
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lmao wtf is this thread. Just close it.
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Shakeshift wrote: 1 day ago Also, as long as we're on the subject.... Anybody who retroactively comes back and starts editing and re-editing their own initial statements is not going to be posting from a position of confidence OR a position of strength.

If they're editing and reorganizing their original post and taking statements out - then that is ALL that needs to be said about their "vanguard" statement. It holds ZERO influence on the majority of readership here.

If it needed to be re-edited, how good could it possibly have been now that it's been self-censored by the author?
The original post was slightly edited because Dr. Dominator09 wanted his named removed. I fulfilled that request. He asked for his name to be removed in his first response in the topic.
Shakeshift wrote: 1 day ago Say what you want about the Golden Age of SHiB not having any credence. Like everything else, I just let the $$$ do the talking. Words don't mean shit. The paychecks each month were all the validation ANYONE ever needed at that time and place.

Let history decide whether Geeky Porn Critic was full of it or not by saying that the late 90's and early 00's weren't to be taken seriously by people. I have a Profit-and-Loss statement from Superheroine's Demise's tax accountant from the 2002 fiscal year that would shame ANYBODY who made that claim. Opinions nonwithstanding, nobody cares about any one single person's value statement on the industry. It's just carries no weight with the people who matter. Just let it go. Everyone is entitled to an opinion, informed... or otherwise.
You are the problem if you cannot understand or respect the reasons why a black man would not give credit to an era with hateful content about his race.
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sugarcoater wrote: 1 day ago After reading the first two posts by the Geek, I found myself laughing at the desperate attempt to troll people here. It's not even that good! An attempt to at least acknowledge the quality producers of material that people actually enjoyed would have created some validity. As with successful scams and conspiracies, there has to be a certain amount of truth around which to establish the lie.

Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose.
So black people are trolls for disliking an era with hateful content? I am a troll for disliking CONFEDERATE HEROINES? I am a troll for disliking black people NAMED AFTER ANIMALS? You showed your true colors.
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Okay, let's calm down people.

ThePornCritic, you make a sound argument about a confederate heroine being a racist trope that is unworthy of being called a golden age anything. Point taken.

As for blacks being named after animals, yeah, not great in and of itself but look no further than Marvel's Black Panther which moved forward Black pride for millions before you start painting a wide brush there.

In addition, just because there were dark spots in the fabric of SHIP at its inception (and throughout its history for that matter) those few examples do not eclipse the fact that as a whole most people, including black readers, tend to accept the metal ages ascribed to certain stages of SHIP culture. There are always sunspots but they do not totally refute the power and value of our star.

Thank you, TPC, as well for taking my name off your original post in this thread. I still disagree with your premise that the golden age can only begin now but that horse is down, it's tongue out and no longer breathing.

You are welcome back to this site and I look forward to robust discussions on other topics of interest. I would caution that there are many people with many different opinion's here that should be respected and voiced reasonably by all. And I mean everybody, people!

We are all aware of your passion for hard-core SHIP and that's fine. I'm a big fan of it too, (as long as the heroine stays in costume or some shards of it) but I and many others here also are passionate about soft-core SHIP. For you to dump all over what you think is unacceptable content (not the racist stuff, but other works) is going to draw fire from people. Superheroine Central had plenty of Original Characters that weren't racist but your wide paint brush tarred them all, imho.

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It took him some years with the previous username to made himself appear like a "genious", with new username he needed ... just 1 post ! Must be a world record.

He swore he would never come back, and now all of a sudden he's ... back, but in an even worse shape than before, what the hell happened in these few months ?
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Trying to be fair and to let people work things out but I'm seriously considering locking this thread at this point.
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Please let's stop and let this be an end to the mother of all Welcome threads (well more like mother [email protected] of all welcome threads tbh!! )

So only hi and welcome posts hereafter people.
So hello again Porn Critc.
Welcome back to the site Porn Critic
Enjoy your time here Porn Critic

And lets have everyone just leave it at that.
To other newbies -

It's not always this insane here. Just post an introduction to who you are and what you are interested in and you will get just hellos and welcomes back 99.9% of the time.
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DrDominator9 wrote: 1 day ago Trying to be fair and to let people work things out but I'm seriously considering locking this thread at this point.
:crazy: :no:
Plz don't lock just yet, the entertainment value will be quite high in this thread, my sharp spidersenses simply cannot be wrong about this! :spidey:
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