That being said, I'm still against the edits on Overshadowed by Controversy. My original post was strictly within the Rule of Cautious Editing Judgement, while the new edit STILL flat out says "the biggest criticism of Ghostbusters came from misogynists", which is NOT TRUE.
I want my original post restored, because it addressed the fact that there WAS controversy, but it call out the critics of those movies misogynists.
Again: I'm not trying to cause an edit war, and I'm not angry or anything. I just want people here to be tactful and respectful. Calling people who didn't like a movie mysogynist is the OPPOSITE of tactful or respectful.
I meant to write: it didn't call out the critics of those movies misogynists.
I also don't think it's necessary to go into detail with this. The current edits has several walls of text, while my original post summerized everything as best as possible. Brevity is the soul of wit: there's no need to say in a wall of text what can be said in a single paragraph.
This is especially true when talkiing about controversies: it's best NOT to go into detail when dealing with that particular subject.
I have blocked you from editing because I saw you making edits that were abusive and driven by your personal distaste as opposed to the policies of this wiki.
First off, there is no excuse for treating others with disrespect over any disagreement here. Either be civil or go elsewhere.
Second, IRL I'm a non-denominational Protestant, but this wiki is a neutral zone for politics, ethics, and religion. If you cannot be objective about your personal beliefs and respect that of others, you can go elsewhere.
Finally, on one of the specific tropes that got you called on the carpet: The Three Faces of Eve. The trope itself is a writing convention, based off the three aspects Eve in the Bible was said to possess, such as being innocent before the Fall (The Child), being the first mother (The Wife), and being the one who enticed Adam to eat the fruit and thus led him into sin (The Seductress).
This is NOT something to take personally, it is merely a writing trope that has been used in countless works of fiction since, and if you can be objective and look at the Bible as a collection of stories, absent any religious bias, it codified a trope used in countless other works, it's truth or falsehood is immaterial for the purposes said work served in codifying this trope.
I can put aside my religious prejudices and remain objective about things that are objective facts. So can you, or you can go elsewhere.
Nice to meet you, King Phelous. As much as I am not a fan of current TGWTG and TV Tropes, I get good vibes about you. Phelous was one of the underrated reviewers of the group, and he was pretty cool. I like what you've been doing around here, and I would like to give you my compliments.
This fork of ATT and alternative/counterpart Wiki, The True Tropes , is fairly new and in need of more regular uers and editors to fix things up on the site (adding pages, editing them, fixing broken redirects, etc). I invite you to join us there, so please consider giving it your time and attention if you wish to. ^^