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Tue Sep 29 17:02:10 BST 2020
> On 29 Sep 2020, at 06:18, Zan Lynx <zlynx at acm.org> wrote:
> I support the idea that GOOD STORIES come ahead of any amount of political correctness. A story should never be given an award because it happens to have the correct mixture of character types or have authors from whatever identity group is trendy.
> Awards should only be given because the story is considered good by a large number of award voters. And YES, that is from my white male definition of a good story. Other voters can use their personal definitions and what gets the most votes wins.
People have been doing that. They weren’t voting for a story because of political correctness, etc. Just because the Sad Puppies dislike those stories doesn’t mean other people can’t genuinely like them.
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