Aileron wrote:Eh sorry, but It's an empty gesture. Simply wearing pink fashion does nothing. Getting involved with BC charities is 100x better.
What a bad attitude toward a good cause. Havoc offered Avalon to join in a dual clan picture. Avalon rejected the offer. Now we know why.
Avalon rejected a Havoc offer? No one ever talked to me about it.. All I ever heard was "Ail! wear pink!". And honestly, if anyone in Avalon refused to pose together with Havoc, you probably need to look at who was there from Havoc, then maybe you'll understand lol.
I'm all for furthering good causes, but wearing pink fashion in a gaming MMO doesn't do much unless the organizers have something more meaningful besides posing for screenshots. Is Havoc giving people information on how to donate to breast cancer foundations or how to attend virtual fundraisers? Are you sharing educational content or any literature regarding breast cancer? What is it exactly are you re doing to promote the cause?
Just pink fashion?
I've attended many live sports games, and in the stadiums they give away pink ribbons and pink bracelets and I see many people proudly pin the ribbon on their shirts as if putting it on they feel as if they already have done heir part. I think anyone who puts on a pink item trying to promote the cause, should also participate in the cause.
This is similar to people protesting during the US national anthem, Kneeling or raising a fist do nothing to abolish racial inequality and police brutality in America. Actions need to back up these gestures, else they mean nothing.
So let me ask you Tuula, what else did you do today? If you actually donated then I commend you. If not, then perhaps you need to get off your high horse and actually evaluate what you're trying to do. Maybe you just want your toon to look cute?
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