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Shinigami Eyes

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Highlights transphobic/anti-LGBT and trans-friendly subreddits/users/facebook pages/groups with different colors.

Image from store Shinigami Eyes
Description from store It's sometimes difficult to determine at a glance whether a feminist or LGB(T) page is trans-friendly or transphobic. This extension highlights known subreddits, facebook pages, and pages on various other social networks with different colors based on whether they're transphobic or t-friendly.

Latest reviews

  • (2022-09-22) Albane West: Very useful. Doesn't seem to have been used to highlight links to French articles, through. But I mean, the extension is in english so it's not really surprising. As long as I can highlight those links myself, that's fine.
  • (2022-08-26) Hans: CTOS but good
  • (2022-08-17) Gladops: this extension gets a W from me
  • (2022-08-16) Takumi Inui: Great stuff, helps me avoid obnoxious fatherless f*ggots and tranny chasers online by highlighting their names as green. Thank you!
  • (2022-08-07) Wyatt Campbell: Took half of my lifespan but it was still worth it
  • (2022-07-14) Ned Ferrier (n3dd): It's moreso a relic of the past made at a very convinent time. It's now pretty outdated, and I have seen a couple of red linked people or publications or groups don't even have a history of being outed as transphobic or are clearly marked due to personal restraints. Additionally, a lot of transphobic people and groups are still not linked as red - the github clearly shows there might still be people working on this extension but I doubt it. It's moreso a personal tool now, to be used to indicate which people you might be more comfortable with and more uncomfortable towards - this means YOU have to ACTIVELY search for transphobia in order to prevent yourself from interacting with them (yikes). As an actual tool for trans people or trans allies? I don't think it's ideal to use this to help you or people anymore unfortunately.
  • (2022-05-29) x afton: this is seriously one of the best extensions ever. as a genderfluid person, its really helpful to know what accounts to avoid, honestly a lifesaver.
  • (2022-05-19) Alex: Amazing tool
  • (2022-05-18) Alice: Wish I knew about this sooner. Makes it easy to identify the transphobes including the transphobic 'transmeds' (I prefer the other term)
  • (2022-04-28) Tania: This is an amazing resource that has saved me from a lot of discomfort on social media just by the fact that I'm warned about possible transphobia ahead on an anti-trans tagged source.
  • (2022-04-09) Isa: It's really helpful and I use it a lot, but lately it has been glitching on tumblr. But I think that's tumblr's fault.
  • (2022-04-07) Émeline: The creator is a rapist and a pedo, makes violent threats (and probable so much more, we know how these people are) + this extension is very harmful in so many ways but ofc you all are too obsessed with hating women to care
  • (2022-03-09) Anthony Jerome: I liked the sound of this plugin but it doesn't do what it claims to. It's divided on political lines regardless of whether the user is T-friendly or not.
  • (2022-02-08) Lynn Formigoni: Extraordinarily useful and important tool for addressing some of the transphobic, queerphobic, homophobic, and related forms of anti-LGBTQIA+ and otherwise prejudicial and reactionary forms of hate and bigotry that all too often permeate online spaces such as on social networks/media! Thank you so much devs/creators for offering this resource to the online LGBTQIA+ and ally community for free! ♥♥♥⚥⚥⚥♥♥♥
  • (2022-01-27) Emily Productions: Makes it easier to avoid transphobia and improves mental health.
  • (2022-01-18) darius !!: it doesnt really work at all i know how to work it out like at all i try to get help but that doesnt really help
  • (2021-12-18) Vexed: Absolutely essential for trans people using the internet.
  • (2021-12-12) Официальный канал ИЛЛУМИ: Works good. Now I can continue being a snowflake and avoiding being triggered rather than working on myself.
  • (2021-12-04) Smorble: Very good! I'm nb, so it helps a lot on websites. Plus I'm glad it goes through moderation first if you tag someone/someone gets tagged, so people can't just mass-tag a person as transphobic or trans-friendly.
  • (2021-12-01) Currently: buggy, doesn't hold names
  • (2021-11-28) Elle Trudgett: Super useful extension that is a huge time saver. As a professional software developer, I'm also impressed by the quality of the (openly available) source code in terms of privacy, efficiency and resistance to abuse. You can check it yourself on GitHub with a bit of programming knowledge. It hashes all keys and doesn't send ANY information except what's needed to save the markings, and all communication is encrypted. Great work!
  • (2021-11-15) Dude Bros: Top ten ways to get your self stuck in an echo chamber.
  • (2021-11-14) ditz!: i'm so happy that i'll be able to immediately avoid any terfs/anti-lgbt people. i didn't discover this until today and i wish i found it so much sooner. thank you for making this.
  • (2021-11-07) MikeMiles: can you include twitch channels in this?
  • (2021-11-06) Willard: Very helpful
  • (2021-10-25) Herne Liedel: very useful with avoiding transphobic people/groups! can have some false marks sometimes, however.
  • (2021-10-23) Chris Spence: Minimise harm to everyone by identifying social media accounts to avoid without having to trawl every timeline to check for transphobia and homophobia before retweeting unrelated content - thus avoiding signal boosting transphobes unwittingly. Easy to use, shame it isn't possible to do on Chrome for Android but will see if the FF extension works on IceRaven browser :)
  • (2021-10-07) simona draksaite: Should be banned from Chrome Web Store.
  • (2021-10-07) Mirta 000: Tool to spread hate. I absolutely love finding myself on witch-hunting lists, this is totally not a violation of my privacy at all....
  • (2021-09-26) Bob Smith: Listed queerphobic queer people as "positive" I'm told there's a moderation team for this? Contrapoints is queerphobic af (go look at her most recently deleted tweet) and then bidotorg is listed as positive despite being NOTORIOUSLY anti-pansexual
  • (2021-09-11) Erre Esse: It targets trans people for having different experiences and ideas accusing them of being medicalized when some of them are and some aren't and creates a new enemy to fight in trans people opposing queer fascism. It promotes discrimination, it promotes prostitution and it's violently harmful to prostitution survivors, slaves and trafficked women, thus it's racist as well, it's discriminatory towards rape victims and harmful towards women's rights. It promotes hate and violence not dialogue and definitely not free speech. This is a fascist device to shut up and stigmatize categories who live real danger, who are persecuted and killed everyday
  • (2021-08-23) MeowMeow Meow: Works great! Thank you! This is a fantastic saver of time and energy that would be wasted on trying to argue with transphobes in a civilised manner.
  • (2021-07-22) Holly Placeholder: made by a pedo look it up
  • (2021-07-12) Riley Higgs: Fantastic extension, major kudos and thanks to the developer(s)!
  • (2021-06-20) Kira Williams: Very simple, functional and non-intrusive at identifying transphobic content. It doesn't place any blocks to accessing or using such content; it merely provides a simple warning, which can be extremely helpful in avoiding hate speech. Unfortunately, it appears detractors have appeared in the reviews here, seemingly trying to skew ratings by identifying non-issues with the app's functionality, especially by misreporting its trans content measures or privacy/security. But even if free speech were truly at stake here, which it is not, hate speech is indeed not protected in many jurisdictions and really ought not to be. Said another way, simply having measures of potential hate speech itself hardly constitutes any violation of individual rights or, indeed, violates privacy laws, as hate speech as (1) public information is not explicitly protected and (2) itself often causes free speech protections to lose effect. But, hey, haters will hate.
  • (2021-05-20) Melody Starlight: Super helpful !
  • (2021-05-09) Crow Lonely: does what it says on the tin. sucks that transphobes and transmeds are review-bombing this. because how dare a group of people not want to interact with people they know hate them. anyway good stuff, would reccomend.
  • (2021-05-05) Ml Saura: El marcaje de perfiles personales de acuerdo a su ideología política está prohibido por la ley
  • (2021-05-03) Milomi Wicked: I'm nonbinary and using this helps me feel safer on the internet- I never wanna accidently support a bigot!
  • (2021-04-28) The King of the Internet: Works well for it's purpose but it's name is extremely unfortunate. In order to get Shinigami Eyes in Death Note you have to give up 50% of your lifespan. Considering how people make jokes about the trans suicide rate being nearly 50%... very poor name choice.
  • (2021-04-15) Casper Wind: It doesnt show up when i right-click any links. It only shows up when i right click on something other than a link, but then it just says "(please right click on a link instead)". I've done everything I can think of but it just doesnt work. One star until that gets resolved.
  • (2021-04-15) Theoderic Strider: Always helpful to have.
  • (2021-04-07) Juan Garay: Although it's not immune to exploits, it's been a huge help, serving as a warning about certain media outlets and accounts which I could then verify on my own
  • (2021-04-05) Natalie Apex: Love it <3
  • (2021-04-01) David Boge: I am simply not sure about this one. While I do understand that people need breaks, or simply want to stay away from transphobes on the internet for the sake of their own sanity here on the internet. This could unfortunately inspire similar extensions that could allow people to "bully" or exclude other people from public discussion, and I doubt that is a good thing, especially in a country such as the US. Again, not saying this extension is bad, I am simply just skeptical about this. And if you just need a break from transphobia, I guess I could recommend this.
  • (2021-03-31) Kaylee Claire: Been using this extension for over a year now and it makes my internet experience so much better. Thank you!
  • (2021-03-28) John Dwyer: This extension is written to identify people who are Gender Critical. The fact that it is called Shinigami eyes leads creedence to to the view that its purpose is to identify these people with the intent of harassing them either online or in real life. If you don't know Shinigami is the name given to the grim reaper in the Animé Death Note.
  • (2021-03-18) Wendy Wildshape: Best extension I use, saves me a lot of time and hassle. Goodbye transphobes!
  • (2021-03-14) Firstname Lastname: Incredibly helpful to avoid transphobes
  • (2021-03-12) Agnes Wittrock: Helpful tool, since I've been watching certain left leaning videos and for some reason, YT thinks I want right wing videos. To actually give constructive critic to the app (I've seen this happen mainly on yt, could happen elsewhere IDK), sometimes a username will be highlighted, like when I look at the yt recommendations page, but then the highlight will suddenly disappear.

Latest issues

  • (2022-08-31, v:1.0.30) Landrous Play: Just wondering
    Why do accounts not friendly for non-binary identities get labeled as "friendly"? :)
  • (2022-03-05, v:1.0.30) Olivia Schweers: Broken on Tumblr
    Broken for the new notes view on tumblr. Right clicking on the URL of a blog's tag comments results in an error, but you can right click and mark the blog they reblogged from.
  • (2021-12-11, v:1.0.30) Jamie Howarth: Are you still accepting contributions via Github?
    I'd love to help collaborate and improve the extension, I submitted a PR with support for Tweetdeck but I'd like to look at other bugs & issues, maybe an anonymous reporting feature for updating the ML corpus, etc.
  • (2021-11-03, v:1.0.30) Brendan Mitri: Colorblind issue with anti-trans accounts
    I don't know what it's like for other users, but I'm colorblind and I have a lot of trouble distinguishing between accounts marked anti-trans and accounts without any mark at all. Would it be possible to change the highlight to a lighter red?
  • (2021-10-24, v:1.0.30) Tania: Supporting verification from other languages
    I'd be interested in collaborating. I've been using this extension for some time and I'm not sure how my tagging is validated for content that's not in English. Would it be possible to become part of something more?
  • (2021-10-19, v:1.0.30) Julia Taylor: The potential
    I would be lovely to see this duplicated for other bigotry(racism, misogyny). It seems it wouldn't take much coding.
  • (2021-10-07, v:1.0.30) Mirta 000: I'm an EU citizen and I did not consent with getting marked or tracked
    I formally request that you untag this account, as such behaviour is unlawful. You have a User Agreement for those installing the extension, but there is no opt in or opt out for those tagged by your system. This is a greatly dangerous practice and if need be I will seek legal action, thank you.
  • (2021-06-10, v:1.0.28) Mistorin: automatic labeling
    Does it automatically label people as transphobic and trans-friendly? It would be really helpful because I am not a fan of manually labeling people lol
  • (2021-04-06, v:1.0.28) Nikita Parks: Does not appear to reflect "Wisdom of the crowd"
    As far as I can tell, it's a simplistic plus/minus/neutral grading system that can be changed by one person, erasing the previous person's rating. Thus, the functionality relies purely on transphobic bigots not knowing or caring about the existence of the extension, since a brief pile-in by bigots could render it useless. It needs to be more sophisticated, capturing votes to reflect "wisdom of the crowd", so for example +/- 0-9 is neutral, +/- 10-99 is moderate, +/- 100-999 is strong and +/- >1000 is extreme. Ideally the individual ratings would be a decentralised public resource, for example, stored in a blockchain, rather than a centralised database. The privacy policy needs to make it clear that the PII data being collected relate only to the Google account details of the installers and that account monikers collected and tagged on the worldwide web have been published in the public domain by their respective owners so that this extension is not in breach of EU GDPR legislation. Advice to people concerned about their "real names" being stored should be to use an alias for their moniker. This is about predominantly transgender people trying to make experiences of social media less abusive for other transgender people.
  • (2021-03-28, v:1.0.28) Sean Long: No opt-out?
    I've only just learned about the existance of this extension ... and, despite being shown to have my name voted positive/green, I am .... not at all comfortable with being in your database, and never having been contacted with the opportunity to opt out. Nor am I pleased to find nowhere here to submit my name / social media profile in order to be removed from the extension's database. Don't get me wrong, on one level I am gratified that at least a few people have found me to be a good and supporting ally to Trans* and NB folk. That's what I strive to be, anyway. However, *I DO NOT LIKE BEING TRACKED*. Especially when it is done without my knowledge or consent (which is questionably legal in many jurisdictions, and flat-out illegal in at least a few).
  • (2021-02-12, v:1.0.26) Jay Gatti: Youtube channel names are black on youtube's dark mode
    When using Shinigami Eyes on dark-mode-enabled YouTube, neutral/unmarked YouTube channel names display as black instead of white, making it hard to read. I've confirmed that Shinigami Eyes is the extension causing this, as when I turn it off, the channel name displays as white again. https://imgur.com/MNzaEQa
  • (2021-02-03, v:1.0.26) Peter Sunderland: Not working?
    I've got the settings to can work on all sites, and I've tried removing and re adding but for some reason it isn't working for me at all? Like I googled rowling's wikipedia page to test it and it's not marked red at all. Am I doing something wrong?
  • (2020-12-01, v:1.0.26) Pomegranate: Other social media
    will we be able to use it in other social media pages like disboard for example? as there are transfobic servers there which I want to warn about
  • (2020-11-17, v:1.0.25) Jordan Drakinite: SVG icon for you
    Hi, I like the extension but noticed that you're using a low resolution screenshot for the icon; so I made an svg version for you. If you like it, you can use it however you like w/o credit. Posted it as an issue on github: https://github.com/shinigami-eyes/shinigami-eyes/issues/42
  • (2020-11-13, v:1.0.25) Agni Solanki-Mroz: transparency
    i would like to be able to see why something has been marked as transphobic
  • (2020-10-27, v:1.0.25) Stupid Shadows: Error
    I keep on getting an Error for all my pages that Shinigami eyes cannot read the property, I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling multiple times along with closing and opening chrome, nothing works, I don't know why this is happening.
  • (2020-09-06, v:1.0.24) Alexei Valtieri: Weird Bug
    I tried to mark one person transphobic (they were spewing pro-nazi propaganda) but for some reason it changed every link on the page to transphobic. I cleared the labels on the one person I tried to label, and it cleared the labels from every other link as well. Help??
  • (2020-09-01, v:1.0.24) Emelie: Transparency of who gets marked why
    Hi! Is it possible to somehow see why someone was marked as red or green, such as a link if it was a specific comment? I usually block all people marked transphobic but when it's someone I've interacted with before they were marked that way I'm more intrested in seeing what they said specifically.
  • (2020-06-22, v:1.0.23) Adele McHenry-Koenen: Unable to mark someone as transantagonistic or accepting
    I only see the comment "empty" when I try to mark a profile. I am using google chrome. Need help.
  • (2020-06-08, v:1.0.23) Siovy: Won't let me mark as anti-trans
    on Firefox, this extension works perfectly! However, I recently switched to Chrome & whenever I go to mark someone on twitter who isn't saying transphobic things but is openly agreeing in a reply with super transphobic posts (which means they're transphobic), I'm taken to the guidelines of this extension & the person goes unmarked as anti-trans
  • (2020-05-03, v:1.0.23) Mariya G: Version for Opera?
    I love this extension and would love to be able to use it on Opera. Usually Chrome extensions can be readily used on Opera but Shinigami Eyes is not. Could this change in the future?
  • (2020-04-29, v:1.0.23) Cida Sanctus: Pronoun features
    It would be cool if Shinigami eyes also allowed people to marked with what pronouns they want people to use for them. Like maybe it adds ♀ for feminine pronouns or a ♂ for masculine. Idk what you would use for neopronouns or they/them, but you get the point
  • (2019-12-30, v:1.0.23) Amy Rachel: Right-click menu is empty
    There's no way to mark anything. Is this a bug? (Chrome on Mac.)
  • (2019-12-12, v:1.0.23) Molly: Finding sources
    Is there a way to easily find out what got someone flagged? I'm a moderator of a rather large subreddit, and we'd like to incorporate shinigami eye's into our moderation tools and automatically ban people who are flagged in the system. However we aren't confident doing that without a way to find the content that got them flagged. It'd just cause drama. Thanks
  • (2019-11-04, v:1.0.23) London: Dark mode on youtube chrome
    The page name on dark mode is still black. on light mode this obviously doesnt matter but it's an annoying thing for dark mode users. I have some screenshots if you need them but It's pretty self explanatory. Just the home page for a channel. A video is fine and the suggested videos are fine, just the link on the home page is black.
  • (2019-10-12, v:1.0.22) A. J. Kalashnikov: Not Working
    I'm trying to 'mark as anti-trans' on some people on a facebook group I'm in so I won't have to interact with them again after they post TERF comments on a post, but the color isn't changing.
  • (2019-10-08, v:1.0.21) evan barnabo: Chrome extension
    The chrome extension won't download. says it can't generate a download directory
  • (2019-06-27, v:1.0.18) infinity-skies: Notes
    I know that this extension has all reports checked by a person, but if including in a report the option for notes so that explanations could be included, and/or notes on where to find anti-trans beliefs, to make the mods lives easier would be a cool feature. reason: (for example, I'd love to report some irl people's businesses as anti-trans so folks dont accidentally end up in danger, but no where ONLINE does that site state it is anti-trans, I just know from personal experience that they want to "get rid of" trans people.)
  • (2019-05-29, v:1.0.17) Mags Newson: Forking the code/new extension?
    Hey, I was wondering if you would be willing to either add other categories to opt into (in addition to pro-trans/anti-trans) or create a different version of this mod to focus on antisemitism? i know that there are just. A lot of sites that have a lot of antisemitism but it's either well-disguised from non-jewish people or it's deeper in the site than most people go, and as a Jewish person I'd love the ability to flag things to help keep our community safe, but I don't know enough about coding to replicate your extension myself. Anyway, thank you for this extension it is very helpful for me as a queer trans person. :)
  • (2019-05-27, v:1.0.17) Stish Stash: I can't access the options?
    It takes me to the guidelines but then when I click accept the page just closes and the options don't appear.
  • (2019-05-26, v:1.0.17) Rachel: tumblr support
    I've noticed a discrepancy between the description here on the chrome store and on the github page. the chrome page doesn't say that the extension supports tumblr, but the github page does. does this extension support tumblr? I haven't noticed any change on my tumblr dashboard and I don't know how to check if there is a change.
  • (2019-05-20, v:1.0.17) Kee Jepson: Accessibility fix
    Hello! Currently this extension marks things in the classic red/green color scheme, which isn't necessarily accessible for people who have red/green colorblindness. I'd like to suggest allowing people to have this color scheme by default, but also the ability to pick colors which work better for their vision.
  • (2019-05-14, v:1.0.17) Hanabi: how to suggest
    someone for the extension (pro)?
  • (2019-05-06, v:1.0.16) Jannes Weil: nbphobic?
    What do we do when we see a trans person who is being nbphobic? I personally mark them as anti-trans when i see them, but i dont know if that is something you want with this extension? Or generally, trans ppl being transphobic? Because I've seen a couple marked as trans friendly so far.


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4.2 (188 votes)
Last update / version
2021-08-19 / 1.0.30
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