2007-09-09 04:47 am (UTC)
I suppose it depends on how you define it, but I feel like I am even when I don't tend to know enough of the canon to write it or like, answer quizzes. ><;; I just like it when people rwrite realistically and the character's issues seem authentic and contextualized, and I hate it when people disregard things for no reason than 'it's easier' or 'well that's inconvenient'. It's worse when they're actually upfront about this to the point where they don't realize how that may sound off to fans (the real fans?? haha). I dunno, but I don't mind when pepole simply don't enjoy a character (similar to not enjoying the music) as long as they've listened to the music & have an informed opinion; maybe it's just that they're drawn by something else-- like how people could be drawn by Draco but passionately hate the rest of HP canon yet write good fic 'cause they pay attention (hahaha I should know this from much experience with the type).
Though I do get it, I mean, on a more personal level it still seems weird/squee-harshing if I were to be in the fandom. It's always weird and painful to love something and be all excited and then have your fellow fans be all ".......what are -you- on about :/ :/ This is nothing special :/ :/". ^^;;;
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