Hi, I'm WFA.
You all realize that I am only a linkblog, right?
That means I don't have opinions in and of myself.
Beyond that, I'm not restricted to any one part of the comics blogging community. I can find links from anywhere people talk about comics, and that includes your blog.
I've found links from where people don't normally talk about comics.
Those links can be of any opinion on the state of women in comics. So, if you write a post about how much the treatment of women in comics sucks, your post may appear on this blog. If you write about how you only read comics because that's the only place where women seem to do anything awesome, your post may appear on this blog. If you write about how women don't read comics, your post may appear on this blog. If you write a post about how 75% of my links lead to posts that are full of horseshit and lays out the reasons why, your post may appear on my blog.
(If it doesn't, you can write to You-Know-Who and You-Know-What to make sure they catch them.)
I'm a little troubled when I hear people who refer to me as a community in myself, or see comments like this where I'm referred to as an individual.
Because I'm not.
I'm not an individual.
I'm not a community.
I am a linkblog.
And I'm a little worried about people who don't understand that.
Thank you for your attention,
When Fangirls Attack!