Guys, I have been waiting to post this since LAST YEAR you have no idea how happy this makes me right now okay
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And the answer came back in a single sentence:
Thanks to you Saturday, November 23, 2013, The Day of The Doctor, was the biggest television event they’d ever seen on Tumblr.
5.0 million posts
4.9 million reblogs
3.1 million likes
1.0 million contributors
It was bigger than the VMAs, the Super Bowl, and the Grammys…
We’ve always said that the Doctor Who fandom on Tumblr was bigger on the inside. Now you have a better idea of just how big that inside is.
And we’re still growing.
Now, there have been a ton of posts on this, and if you’re interested you should definitely check out: stfu-moffat.tumblr.com . It’s an excellent resource including many of his quotes and brilliant commentaries on his era. I’m not here to brand Moffat as a sexist, but take a look at the evidence and make of that what you will.
This isn’t going to be a mere list of sexist events in Moffat’s era. More a personal explanation of why I take such offence at what has happened to Doctor Who since Moffat took over. I get a lot of asks about it, so I thought it may be helpful to finally motivate myself and put my reasoning out there.