Yemisi Ilesanmi proves to be a good FTBer in not being able to handle even mild criticism.
Currie Jean wrote:Why not use Aminaâ€™s original photo? The one with her breasts still in it.
The response is the standard FTB snark and evasion:
Yemisi Ilesanmi wrote:Oh goodness me! You mean I did not use the picture with the boobies and nipples? Gosh, how did that even happen! You even generously provided the evidence of the missing boobies and nipples. And to think I am an ardent fan of boobies How dare I not notice nipples were missing! I guess I did not stare hard enough at the chosen pic to realize that the boobs were missing and the nipples invisible. I must have been distracted by the words scrawled on her body and the heavy subject matter of my blogpost. How do I even begin to ask for forgiveness for this unimaginable slip. Do i still get to claim that I love boobies?
Yeah, she totally hadn't noticed that the nipples in her photo of Amina Tyler had been edited away. As if women always have two nebulous patches on top of their breasts.
Yemisi Ilesanmi wrote:
The irony of editing this brave womanâ€™s photo is staggering.
What is staggering is the level some people stoop to concoct conspiracy theories and suddenly see non existent ironies when they donâ€™t see as much boobies as they expected. That is the irony.
No, I donâ€™t feel sorry for Yemisi, who produces walls of text that make your fingers ache from scrolling, only to attract from zero to four comments (rarely more). Her first few posts had more than a hundred. Then she posted her Comment Policy:
Yemisi Ilesanmi wrote:Slimy comments are not welcomed; please leave the hideousness in the pit where you crawled from. I ainâ€™t got no time for your shit, dump it in the pit.
Anti Atheism+ commenters, please bear in mind that I am not interested in the story of how much you hate Atheismplus, I have heard enough of that to last me a lifetime. (...)
Anti FTB commenters, please do not drag whatever baggage you have with other FTB bloggers into my space. (...) However, if you are a known hater or cyber bully, and so much as attack any commenter on my blog, you wonâ€™t be given a warning before I slam you with a ban.
(...) My Poems- I am a poet, I write poems and I post my poems on my blog. I appreciate that not everyone is going to like my poems, it might not be to your taste but remember, this is my blog, my own space and you have to treat it like you are a guest in my home.
Responsible adults know that manners are very important when one is a guest in a home. We teach children to behave properly especially when they are guests in other peoplesâ€™ homes. You do not have the right to be mannerless in my space. Yes, my blog is visible to the public and my posts are open for comments, but that still does not mean you have the liberty to come in and rain abuses on my poems or throw insults at me.
Remember, my poems are my works of art, this blog is my space, you are a guest, therefore you must mind your manners.
You are not forced to like or comment on my poems, you are not forced to buy it as it is not for sale on this blog, I am serving it as a free buffet, therefore throwing tantrums or insults at not just the poem but also the poet is ill-mannered and will not be tolerated. [Etc.]
Like all people who think they are always right she is not interested in dialogue. Preaching to the choir, which is mainly what she is doing on her blog, is not going to attract a crowd.
This is another FTBlogger you can skip, unless you love (or love to laugh at) cringeworthy 'poetry' and as long as you keep your opinion about her 'art' to yourself; to do otherwise would be near suicidal.http://freethoughtblogs.com/yemmynisting/2013/05/26/free-amina-tyler-now-it-is-her-body-her-choice-her-right/#commentshttp://freethoughtblogs.com/yemmynisting/2013/05/16/comment-policy/