>>7111>I guess I'm part of the problem you described.
Nah, that kind of stuff is exactly what most people enjoy.>>7112
Now THIS describes the actual cancer of the fandom! Fluffies have always faced gory deaths, but /b/tards thought that they'd also have to be irredeemably evil in order to deserve all the abuse. They wanted to feel like heroes while abusing defenseless creatures so they had to come up with every possible way to make the fluffies as despicable as possible. Their interpretation of fluffies became the literal opposite of the original concept and is now known as the hellgremlin fandom - a fandom dedicated entirely to getting enraged by hideous little psychos encapsulating "all the worst sides of humanity". The post in >>601
describes this perfectly and is toted like the Quran by the hellgremlinists themselves.
Fluffies getting banned from /b/ may well be the best thing to happen to the fandom since its very founding. The appeal of getting trolled by imaginary creatures wears out fast, and without a constant influx of newfags from /b/ to keep the ragefest going, the fandom has again become a more hospitable place for those who actually want to enjoy the fluffies.
Without /b/, the oldschool fluffies are once again becoming the majority, and the last time I checked the fluffybooru it actually left me feeling happier rather than angrier for doing so. I quit the fandom when things were bleak, but now I'm seriously considering getting back to drawing fluffies myself.