"The social justice outrage machine isn’t going to stop existing, and for several of the reasons I’ve stated, it doesn’t necessarily have to. I’m hoping we can challenge each other, though, to be additive, and practical. To move discussions into our own complicities in the dynamics we’re discussing. To send pop culture articles to folks we’re in community with who won’t necessarily agree with all the critiques, but can use pop culture as an entry point–ie to move beyond the circle jerk. To question why we hold particular analyses, and where they come from. To view internet popularity as a strategy, not an end goal. To consistently post links and give to rad organizations and projects doing work to dismantle the systems that pop culture is mired in. To share those fundraising and direct action links as much as we share pop culture criticism. To keep making our own art and media. To love that art and media as much or more than we love any celebrities."