"When I was fourteen I got very disenchanted with Nerdfighteria as a whole because I saw how everyone reacted to Mark Lambardo. Now to me, as a fourteen year old abuse survivor who was just getting the hang of her panic attacks and night terrors, the response seemed apathetic, lazy, embarrassed…and ask yourself if you happen to be a top tier Youtuber and you’re watching this, what did you do in 2012? Did you try and reach out to Lambardo’s victims? Did you stop people from publicly shaming them for what a grown man did? Did you think about rape culture and how it affects the way that these events play out? Did you look closely at communities in your real life? Did you start mentoring teenage girls in some facility online or offline? Because chances are, you made a couple of posts about it on your Tumblr. You may have complained about how invasive and annoying all these questions that people are asking you are as if getting anon questions on Tumblr are at the same level as statutory rape. Maybe you reblogged an article about Lambardo’s arrest. Maybe you even went so far as to erase all of his music from your iTunes account. But if the adults had dealt with this kind of behavior in 2012, we wouldn’t be dealing with it in 2014. Make it known this is not how you treat your fans, your peers, this is not how you treat women, this is not how you treat girls, this is not how you treat humans."
TheGeekyBlonde, in her video “Youtube Abuse Recovery" (a must-watch comprehensive look at the recent ‘sex scandals’ of the Youtube/Nerdfighteria/DFTBA community).