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There is no doubt in my mind that everyone can be a very devoted fan when it comes to a band or solo artist. It happens to all of us teens at some point in our lives whether we want it to or not. Most of us write our fanfiction, organize discographies, type in the asdflkjhg language when a new release is out, interact with others with the same interests on social media, and so many other things to prove our love and devotion to the musicians we know and love from the bottom of our hearts. But there’s almost always that one person that goes too far and ends up doing more damage than help. You know, the bad seed that may or may not be a preteen trying to act older than they are or the middle aged dude with no life. You have to know the line you’re not supposed to cross, dudes. So based on the responses I got from popular fandom platforms such as Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter, I listed and explained what type of fans to avoid running into and becoming. Pay special attention to this because I’m not going to sugar coat anything.

Pop a squat and read on, little ones, read on.

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 Dear Fangirl,

   I just got into this amazing band, and its fandom is huge; after spending time getting to know people and making friends, I've been seeing some pretty intense drama at times, pretty much whenever someone says something people don't like. It's making me really insecure, and frankly, embarrassed. How should I deal with this? Is it wrong that I'm feeling this way?

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June 2014

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