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Shinigami Eyes

Description from extension meta

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

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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 groups with different colors based on whether they're transphobic or t-friendly. Supported websites: Reddit, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Medium, YouTube, Wikipedia articles, search engine results, and all sites with Disqus comments.

Latest reviews

  • (2021-01-24) Niko Gaye: love getting marked as red because i accidentally reblogged from someone when im literally trans myself! thanks for encouraging witch hunts xoxo go play in traffic
  • (2021-01-22) Milo G: it's great!
  • (2021-01-20) Räv: Great for cutting out bigots like faux rad feminists before they bother to you. The flagging is based on public info so no it is not illegal, just pointing out people who are awful.
  • (2021-01-06) Akane Jane Guevara: It's excelent for any Trans people out there, It has helped me a lot while browsing the Internet. For all of you, take care and remember that you are always valid and loved <3
  • (2021-01-04) jules [REDACTED]: as a trans person, this is super helpful !! would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to avoid terfs/transmeds/transphobes in general :]
  • (2020-12-23) Yeetle Beetle: really good resource and reccomend superb if youre a trans person on internet who wants to protect themselves from transphobia
  • (2020-12-08) Kathryn Cooper: Great app that has helped me avoid amplifying the messages of transphobic and TERFy accounts online.
  • (2020-12-06) Riley Schneider: Funktioniert einwandfrei. Danke sehr!
  • (2020-11-30) Raven Rayne Winter: This is spyware that illegally harvests your personal and private information. It is illegal in most countries, yet google is allowing illegal activity. Why? Do not use this and report it.
  • (2020-11-30) Anonymous User: It's great to easily recognize and avoid people who blindly support gender ideology and are opposed to critical thinking. The only drawback is that there's no way to flip the colors around and highlight those people in red.
  • (2020-11-29) Lee W.: super helpful, though i have seen several people seemingly falsely flagged. imperfect, but i do still have it on all my devices
  • (2020-11-25) Prinetta: only marks like 20% of the lovely radfems i follow :(
  • (2020-11-23) Bentley Arnold: Great for finding gender critical people and radfems to follow, they're the ones in red usually.
  • (2020-11-17) Emma Brandt: a great way to have peace of mind while on the tl :) thank you for making this !
  • (2020-11-16) Nokia ringtone archive: interesting concept but it isnt working properly for me. also could be easily abused by transphobes which isnt really the best. but otherwise nice idea
  • (2020-10-26) Dylan Cantrell: it's not working
  • (2020-10-09) yun: while seeing transphobes highlighted in red is useful albeit depressing, every time i see an account highlighted in green i can't help smiling.
  • (2020-10-06) Braeden Mikaelis: I love this extension, humans! I - don't know how many people are behind this. Sorry. People shouldn't ever take things at face value, the colors certainly aren't a /concrete/ assessment of whose pro and who isn't, but it's definitely helpful in finding out what they might be inclined to, and looking at them a little bit more than I would've otherwise. I definitely appreciate the ability to mark them as friendly or not, though I'm pretty sure I forget more than I actually do that, too. You're doing great work!
  • (2020-09-16) Agent Tabby: I'm sure it's great for people who aren't trying to use it on a chromebook. It won't let me mark anything as trans-friendly.
  • (2020-09-09) STEIN x__x: found this thru tumblr, works great!
  • (2020-09-07) Poll Negre: This app is anti-feminist and misogynist.
  • (2020-08-31) Shiny Shinx: One of my favorite extensions by far. It's non-intrusive; I hardly remember I have it installed sometimes. I'm pleasantly surprised when I see people that I follow have their username suddenly turn green. Not as surprised but relieved to see them turn red, so that I know what to expect from them if I tell them about my girlfriend. It would be great if there was more to it, but I installed it for one thing, and it does that one job flawlessly. It's a great extension, I highly recommend it.
  • (2020-08-31) deltastar: Really handy to have a way to avoid sources and accounts that are hateful. I like that reports have to be verified so people can't abuse it, and it seems much harder to use it to start drama or tear down others that you just don't like the way blockchains can sometimes be used. Great extension!
  • (2020-08-30) Nicolas Allan: Really thankful for this extension. I'm so exhausted having to personally read through transphobic posts on different sites to know if someone is transphobic. Super helpful for avoiding toxic or hurtful communities/blogs/etc.
  • (2020-08-16) Blue S.: Works extremely well.
  • (2020-08-15) Unholier Than Thou: Very helpful extension. I don't want to put myself in way's harm by entering a transphobic space so this is a great way to get a warning about different groups, subreddits, ect. And the transmeds in the reviews that are mad they mark transmedicialism: I've been in your headspace, i used to believe in transmed stuff. I used to support kalvin garrah. Luckily, i had a friend who was willing to educate me and i was willing to genuinely look at opposing information. I recommend that the transmeds in the reveiws calm themselves, and really look at their beliefs critically. Look at the similarities between your rhetoric and terf rhetoric. Basically: The extension isn't transphobic, you're just uneducated
  • (2020-08-06) Seth Price: If it wasn’t obvious, this plugin enables collection of personal data about specific persons without their consent and stores it in a centralised database. This blatant violation of privacy—fully and indisputably illegal in the EU under the GDPR, for any concerned—remains on this platform under the guise and influence of transgender radicalism.
  • (2020-07-31) Hollis: Very good extension, extremely helpful in picking out TERFs online and avoiding them, I've never seen someone marked by the eye who wasn't actually a TERF being marked mistakenly. However, I'm having an issue recently where attempting to mark something as trans-friendly or trans-exclusionary is coming up as simply (empty) and leaves me unable to mark the page in any way, and I'm not sure why that's happening or how to fix it, but it seems like a problem others are having as well. Tried uninstalling this extension and re-adding it to Chrome, but no avail. Is it something that happened because I've tried to submit a lot of different people to be reviewed as trans-exclusionary? Still very helpful, but would love to have this issue fixed!
  • (2020-07-05) Volatile Times: yikes
  • (2020-03-17) nessy p: great app to know at a glance whether someone you may interact with on line is transphobic or not. definitely an extension that doesnt hurt to have at all!
  • (2020-03-04) Humaid Almuhairi: Great plugin that does its job however it conflicts with Vivaldi causing pages to go dead randomly even ones that don't have markers on them.
  • (2020-02-25) Bear G: hey, angry transmedicalists: I used to be one of you, I hope you come to understand that your beliefs are transphobic and even dangerous to other trans people, like I did. as for the potential EU legality: being flagged on this is not your personal information.
  • (2020-02-03) Eveline Tripp: I really love the idea of this extension. Of course we shouldn't always take the color as face-value, but it's nice to have that initial red flag to know if I'm about to head to a transphobic community. How I've seen it more often than a warning sign, is a sign that I'm in a safe community. As I've said, it's not guaranteed to show as it is based on user reports, but I'm really happy it's there. I'm not concerned with it outing me to be honest, because someone supporting the trans community does not automatically mean they're trans. Thank you so much for making this extension as it's really helpful to know whether I'm about to go down a place I'd rather not be going unexpectedly. I understand the obvious argument any transphobe would make on this extension is the fact that "you shouldn't be so sensitive" or whatever BS they'd say about a need for this extension. But to be honest, the way I see it is that I can only see so many people wish horrible things on me in a day before it starts to weigh down on me and this extension helps alleviate that. Thanks again! c:
  • (2020-01-20) Delilah Sidhe: This extension is extremely accurate with the blogs it highlights, over several months of use it has only flagged one false positive. I highly recommend it.
  • (2019-12-24) Dylan Heterophobia: This is a nice extension, but is there a way where we could adapt this for other things? Some people have suggested that this be adapted to blacklist ace/arophobes, and I personally would like to make an application that marks MAP supporters as Twitter and Tumblr have problems with MAPs.
  • (2019-11-30) Dimitri Goldstien: I absolutely love this extension and am currently using and contributing to it! I was so impressed with how it performs I actually attempted to make my own version, where people would be able to mark ace/aro-friendly and ace/aro-phobic sites and people; unfortunately, I don't know how to code and trying left me even more lost. I was wondering, however, if you would be able to explain to me how exactly you made such an amazing add-on for browsers? Or if that would be something that you are interested in creating yourself? The reason I'm asking is because I do see a need for such add-ons to help others and myself identify what's safe for us and what's not.
  • (2019-11-13) Aidén Lisandro Jiménez Rodríguez: Amazing resource.
  • (2019-10-23) Nancy Dee: This app is just a new scarlet letter to attack and harass people you disagree with.
  • (2019-10-21) Минмики l: thanks for such a convenient way to look for other Radfem like-minded people, now I can be sure that I will not see nasty trans-headcannons and vile gender flags in some accounts 💥💥😁😎🤣💣💣💥💥👁👀
  • (2019-10-16) Loke Aashamar: I wonder how google can allow an app where people get "Red marked" because of quotes out of context, This is an app harrassing people with a different opinion than the app writer and his followers. In my opiniom we cant allow an app judging others.
  • (2019-10-01) viomputer: This is a good extension! Definitely useful for avoiding transphobic and generally lgbtphobic people, though I can't help but feel this could be abused by someone as a cruel joke or something. Maybe I'm just paranoid. Also it marks transmeds, which is great!
  • (2019-09-16) sav sko: It literally marks trans people as transphobic. People use the app to target people whom disagree with popular opinion. Im trans myself, this is idiotic because it literally targets trans people whom just have differing (nonviolent mind you) opinions on trans issues. Not a good app.
  • (2019-08-29) Colleen: Delightful.
  • (2019-08-10) montromising: This extension is so good! I really appreciate it and how widespread it seems to be so almost everywhere i go I can be notified about people I can trust!
  • (2019-08-07) Rad Cat: Great tool for radical feminists to help find other radical feminists! Your tool just helped us gather together more easily :)
  • (2019-08-07) Ollie Harrelson: just leaving this here to counteract the radfems bombing it
  • (2019-08-04) Sunny: Been using for a while now, I do appreciate the protection as well as the fact that each report is checked, to prevent false reports. This works well, and pairs well with the block button :)
  • (2019-07-24) Chester Stander: It's a LOT easier than going through profiles one by one on Tumblr. It makes me feel a lot safer as a trans person.
  • (2019-07-09) danjuro kakyoin: Truscum are all still transphobes, for all the people whining in the comments about this extension being mean. :) Externalizing your internal transphobia because another trans person doesn't fit your idea of a "real trans person" is just as bad as a complete dunce of a transphobe. This is a pretty good extension, so thank you for making this. I can browse the places I like without worrying I'll accidentally run into someone who holds negative views towards me just for existing.
  • (2019-06-26) Clare: doesn't work (highlights people who are clearly trans/trans-supportive and fails to highlight bigots) this is pretty harmful and can cause a lot of issues.

Latest issues

  • (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) Moronic Cyclops: 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.


36,105 history
4.0 (96 votes)
Last update / version
2020-11-29 / 1.0.26
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