[Noisebridge-discuss] It has come to my attention that...
andrew at pachakutech.com
Wed Jun 19 22:21:34 UTC 2013
Ah, sorry, I was not referring to Rachel at all. I thought her post
straightforward and humorous, and directed the entire email to her; those
last statements are not made to the plural.
On Jun 19, 2013 3:18 PM, "Josh Juran" <jjuran at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jun 19, 2013, at 12:32 PM, Andrew Byrne wrote:
> > "Radical scene"
> > "Extralegal venue" = us determining guilt, innocence or mediation so we
> > ask people to leave or not.
> > And yes, let's lock out people who are creepy and predatory.
> > Let's also recognize trolls.
> Rachel's post was not trolling.
> > On Jun 19, 2013 10:40 AM, "rachel lyra hospodar" <rachelyra at gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> >> "In the scene"?
> >> "An extralegal venue"?
> >> Maybe this is another case of noisbridge not actually being designed for
> >> everything. It's not a home, and it's certainly not a 'play space'.
> >> While Noisebridge is not kink-un-friendly, as we try to be welcoming to
> >> all, it is not part of sex-play community, and is in fact on the other
> >> of the spectrum wrt to safety. Your scene is at The Citadel, bro, not
> >> Come here to solder your vibrator, not use it.
> >> The space is also not a 'venue' of any kind, legal or non. It's a
> >> community space, and one that has long been welcoming to many flavors of
> >> social awkwardness, as long as the awkward comes with a core of respect,
> >> wrapped around a desire to fucking hack.
> >> Not creepy predatory bullshit, though. Nope. Don't need that, thanks.
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