I was using "boycott" in the sense of an organized and very public boycott, not a personal decision not to do business with someone/something. So, yes, technically I am boycotting Wood's books then.
But, of course, I believe that a personal boycott is definitely warranted, and that opinion is not shared by the majority of men here. I see his actions--especially in the detailed account Tess Fowler released yesterday--to be predatory and exactly the kind of thing the comics industry should be fighting against. My dollars are just as green as anyone's, and I'm doing what I can to only spend them on books and creators I believe in.
And that's fine. That's your prerogative. But, when ReturnoftheMack says this:
Exposing someone on Twitter will lead to probably boycotts and make him toxic for a while.
and you say this:
meinterrupted wrote:I severely doubt that. I run in a very feminist circle of comics fans, and we've all been following this very closely. No one has tried to initiate a boycott...
But then say this:
meinterrupted wrote:...though several of us have dropped his books from our pull lists and sent (very reasoned) emails to Marvel regarding the situation--mostly because he's obviously a hypocrite.
Well, your statements don't quite mesh.
You say you don't think that "exposing someone on Twitter will lead to probably boycotts and make him toxic for a while" but then you mention how "several of us have dropped his books from our pull lists and sent (very reasoned) emails to Marvel regarding the situation".
Also, you want to avoid his work "mostly because he's obviously a hypocrite."