- Rated 5 out of 5by Syogren, 7 days agoNeed to know whether someone's transphobic at a glance? Well this is the extension for you! Named after the Shinigami Eyes from Death Note, this extension will reveal the truth about internet users, celebrities, and the like, in this case whether they are transphobic. By default trans allies are labeled in green, and transphobes in red, and the colors are configurable if that doesn't work for you. Very useful if you're planning on following someone on social media, and want to make sure they're not transphobic first.
Note that the extension isn't perfect. Some users may be labeled incorrectly, and small users may still be unlabeled altogether, so it's sometimes helpful to check first. You can mark people yourself if you think the labels are wrong, however, and your labels will be sent to the central database so it can update for others.
Overall though, an incredibly important extension that you should install immediately. I'd love versions of this extension for other forms of bigotry.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 16570106, a month agoThis extension was perfect! I installed it so I could scroll through everyone I was following on twitter, and unfollow everyone that the extension marked as green. Highly recommend.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Valdinia, 3 months agoFor the most part it has worked great, but recently on some tumblr pages everyone is marked on red, even people I know for a fact are trans or trans friendly. I repeat: this only happens on certain pages, not all, so I'm not at all sure if it's just the page's theme interacting poorly with the extension or what.
I am curious about how the data to mark people is verified, though; so far I've not run across inaccuracies but then most of the time I wouldn't know. I hope there is some verification process even if it sounds like a labour intensive process.