- Rated 5 out of 5by SpaceAlienAngelOutcast, a year agoThis awesome and amazing browser extension really helps me, you, and others notice, understand, identify, recognize, remember, and distinguish between trans-friendly and anti-trans/transphobic websites and webpages. It also even allows you to mark, label, and flag or report webpages and websites as either trans-friendly or anti-trans/transphobic, which are displayed in opposite colors. For both trans people and trans allies (all supporters and defenders of trans rights) alike, this extension is a definite must-have.
- Rated 3 out of 5by LetItBurn, a year agoAs many have suggested already, removing the trans friendly filter would be good because it allows bigoted individuals to find targets for harassment. I think it would also be good to add a feature that could show the post that caused the individual user to flag someone as transphobic, I would love to be able to check for myself without having to filter trough dozens of posts
- Rated 5 out of 5by cursed--alien, a year agoThis addon is great! However, I need to report a bug. I wanted to add a transphobe to the transphobe list, but when I right clicked I didn't get the option to mark the page in any way. Only "help" and "settings," neither of which were any help solving my problem. I really need this to be fixed.
UPDATE: The problem is actually with DuckDuckGo. Shinigami Eyes gets five stars again.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Elliott, a year agoA great extension that has helped me more than I can even describe. Using Shinigami Eyes, I can avoid getting into arguments with malicious people arguing in bad faith. <3 Thank you!