- Rated 5 out of 5by Ashley The Bat, 8 months agoFantastic little add-on for identifying transphobic people and publications at a glance. Obviously not perfect, but 99 times out of a hundred it's accurate. Use it as a general guide, not gospel, and it's extremely helpful.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Rose838, 8 months agoThis add-on is useful ... as long as it's not being abused, and there doesn't appear to be a direct way of reporting that abuse (I had to create this account, just to write this review, in the hopes a developer will see it).
A blogger on tumblr has been falsely flagged as transphobic by other bloggers who don't like their not-trans-related fandom opinions. I thought I'd corrected it - I scoured their blog and found evidence of very positive, pro-trans opinions and not a single speck of transphobia, so I flagged them as trans-friendly.
And this isn't the only time I've seen this! Someone flagged an enby and KNOWN trans activist as transphobic on Wikipedia. This person had to flee their country for their trans activism, but sure, I guess we'll let somebody call them transphobic??
... I found out today that when I fix a flase flag, it only fixed the flagging on MY computer specifically. This blogger is still being harassed and bullied for "being transphobic" because of the way they are FALSELY flagged by this extension.
Until some sort of quality assurance comes into play, I'm afraid I can't trust any Shinigami Eyes highlight - I have to personally assess every single time, and it's frustrating to know that I can't ACTUALLY correct a blatant false flag. There has GOT to be a way of genuinely correcting false flags, because transphobes know about this extension, and they are more than willing to use it maliciously.
- Rated 5 out of 5by theleafcuter, 8 months agoFantastic for knowing who to block, and what sources are trust-worthy. It's also excellent for detecting crypto-terfs or transphobes who arent openly hateful.