Rated 5 out of 5by DayDreamingOtaku, 4 months ago
I've used Shinigami Eyes across different web browsers for several years now and it's a must-have add-on for online members of the LGBTQIA+ Community. Not only does it rely on user-based reports, but it may even help curb the effects of forming parasocial relationships with online personalities/influencers. It's a great tool for people doing research via search engine since specific news sites and information outlets can also be identified as trans-friendly or otherwise pro-LGBT+.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Logan Parrell, a month agoIt's good, but it seems like its abandoned. Also, I don't like how the only Non-Trans Anti-LGBTQ+ hate mentioned as not enough to mark someone as transphobic in the guidelines is Ace-Phobia. If the discription didn't say "Highlights transphobic/anti-LGBT" and Ace-Phobia was replaced with general LGBTQ+ hate i would be fine with it.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 15275508, a month agoExtremely useful for knowing when websites are just not worth your time and/or money.
Also works on individual Wikipedia entries.
Slightly less useful for individual social media users, but still catches the big hatemongers. If you think something should be added to the list, you can easily submit it for review.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Steph_541, 3 months agoThere is no perfect system and there are false positives occasionally, but this add-on is much more useful than it is buggy or troubled. Too bad it only works if there aren't any bad actors.