i know its supposed to be like social list but did anyone think this through
That app had better be free.
that’s gross don’t do that
i think most genre distinctions are really weird. like ideally, genres would actually split up the things they’re describing. like maybe the distinctions would be blurry and have plenty of crossover, but you’d think they’d at least split up stories based on the same criteria. but when “sci fi/fantasy” is listed as a genre alongside “romance” or “mystery”, like wtf is that??? sci fi and fantasy are settings while romance and mystery describe the content of the plot. and like what’s a western? is it a setting? or just a general theme/vibe? is Firefly a western in space? or a sci fi with western elements? both? neither? and what’s up with genres like “young adult” or “lgbt”? why are they separate genres? are the names of the genres referring to the state of the characters in the work? or to the audience the work is aimed at? why must these audiences be addressed separately from other audiences? why are they quarantined from the rest of the works? (jk im pretty sure i know why) and dont EVEN get me started on the disaster that is video game genre distinctions…
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