stitchmediamix:

I’m back with another “fandom racism” card, this one more explctly for the Black Panther fandom. I think this one can be used for scrolling through tumblr tags or AO3 as a drinking game, but I like my liver a bit too much to play it and see how it goes.

If you can’t read the bingo squares, here’s what they say (though the order may not match):

  • Sizekink and/or Big Black Cock
  • White ruler of Wakanda (other fandom)
  • Shuri or Okoye as “sassy Black women”
  • Black women as mammy figures for white chars
  • Reverse racism
  • “I can’t be a colonizer, my country never colonized anyone”
  • Accusing Black fans of racism or gatekeeping
  • “Wakanda-inspired” nations for white characters
  • Hyper-focus on white characters in interacial ship stories
  • Wakanda as a hot vacation spot for white characters
  • “Saying T’challa wouldn’t date a white person is racist.”
  • “For some reason, I just don’t like Nakia”
  • Erik/T’challa or Erik/Shuri
  • Sugar Daddy T’challa
  • White ruler of Wakanda (MCU)
  • Sam/Rhodey/Luke Cage, Who?
  • Black character exists only to do emotional labor
  • “You’re why people don’t like to write/draw Black characters in fandom.”
  • Slavefic
  • Darcy in Wakanda
  • White dude slashship references in headcanons/fic
  • Assuming Wakandans are automatically homophobic/transphobic
  • Aggressive Black characters
  • “Why do you (Black) people hate interracial relationships?”

If you don’t get what a square means, please nudge me for clarification!

In case y’all were wondering (or are new to me/my blog) everything on this bingo card is a thing I’ve seen in fanworks or as a comment from fandom.

Everything.

(And despite how many things are present on this card, there are still people sending me stuff that they’ve seen that I hadn’t thought to include or didn’t see.)

Author: senzavoi

Zina writes about comics, nerd history, and ridiculous romance novels when not working frantically on her first collection of short stories and complaining about stuff. One day, she'll settle down and write that novel.