Well, my Message Wall's open if you need the help for it; just hit me up on there or on the Discord server.
True North could absolutely work as a name.
Generally, we frown upon taking a country and slapping "core" at the end of it because it feels like a cheap commodification of a country's national identity and is generally insulting.
With that said though, if you'd be willing to come up with a different name for it (even if it's something as basic as "Traditional Canadian"), I think we could allow a page like that to stand.
It may not be one single aesthetic, but rather a blend of them. Probably a good place to start would be Traumacore (though I personally hesitate on implementing that into your personal aesthetic unless you've suffered some sort of personal trauma and you use it as a coping mechanism... and don't worry, if you have and you don't feel comfortable talking about it, that's completely valid), YamiKawaii, Dreamy, Macaute/Gurokawa/Morute, YumeKawaii, maybe Sadpeople if you're wanting to go for a melancholy feel with what you're describing? I hope these can serve as a good starting-off point for you.
Yeah, it's just generally bad taste (and honestly, incredibly disrespectul) to take a country's whole national identity and just slap "-core" at the end of it.
Looking at your reasons, yeah, I'd take a break from this until you get the tests and what not out of the way; your mental health comes first, after all.
It'd be a shame to see you go, but best of luck to you if you do decide to leave. You've made a lot of positive contributions to the community, though... just know that.
It still needs a LOT of work, but it's a start.
But, again... you literally provided no examples of it and you were nowhere even CLOSE to the 100 word minimum; it was a sentence and 2 links (and those 2 links you didn't even PROVIDE; that was somebody else's doing). Next time, go more in-depth with it and actually provide some visual examples of the aesthetic if you want it to stay up.
I mean... Solarpunk IS a thing, after all.
...bruh, some of us on the Discord a WHILE ago figured out a way to mix Cottagecore and Vaporwave; whoever said they couldn't mix was absolutely wrong.
Your page was literally just a sentence and a couple of links. You provided absolutely no visual examples of the aesthetic in question whatsoever; that's why it got deleted. Also, as somebody who's been involved with the Vaporwave community and a lot of their subgenres, I've never even HEARD of Tumblewave so, to me... it comes off like you just made it up (and since it was marked as a Candidate for Deletion anyways, I'm clearlly not the only one who felt that way). If you want to try again with being a little more in-depth with the explanation and actually provide some images to back up your claims of it being a legitimate aesthetic, you're more than welcome to try again, but the page as it was did a piss-poor job of showcasing it.
Well thank you for pointing that out. I didn't think to look at that Wiki. I'll have to rectify that problem then.
As the individual who deleted the pages; I personally would've been fine with the pages being made IF it was your own original material... but it wasn't. Case in point, I know you also wrote the Kogal page that's up now... that page has stayed up because, from what I've seen, that's NOT plagiarized from anywhere else. I'd even go so far as to say if you wanted to do your own original work for pages like that, I'd be fine with those pages existing and the Lolita page becoming something of a "portal page" but we're not gonna tolerate plagiarizing the hard work of other Fandom Wikis for our own Wiki.
Looking into it... yeah, that person is not a Mod on the Wiki; they have been banned for 6 months for not only impersonating one of us, but also harassing you.
I mean, with the sudden boost in profile and attention this Wiki has gotten, we're still trying to find the right balance between being professional and being personable with the community at the same time. We do want the Wiki to be the highest quality Wiki we can make it, but at the same time, we don't want the community (who, frankly, ARE why we've gotten such a massive boost in profile) to feel alienated in any way (especially since it's become something of a safe space for people).
I mean, I'll admit I can be a bit sarcastic, but I'm not gonna be sarcastic just to cut somebody down and make them feel like shit, either. If it comes to somebody who's genuinely wanting help with something, I have no problem dropping the sarcasm to help out.
@PastelGalaxy12 And if you feel like you need help with working on a page or developing the aesthetic as a whole, don't be afraid to reach out to ANY of us on here; we'd be MORE than happy to help you out with that stuff. My Message Wall in particular will ALWAYS be open for that sort of thing so don't be afraid to reach out to me. I might be a little slow getting back to you on it, but I WILL get back to you and try to help you out as much as I can.
For why it got deleted, even before she got ousted from power, Fairypage was talking about getting rid of Fairy Academia anyways (since she was the one who created Fairy Academia), so it's more of a respecting of wishes of its creator, even if she is no longer a part of the team. But yes, the images DID get folded over into Fairycore. And as PastelGalaxy said, we are trying to be stricter with what aesthetics stay and go for now so we can get some pages more content-rich and have some more information on them (I've also discovered we have a LOT of redundant aesthetics on here). We are working on a roll-out on what should stay and what should go, but unlike other past attempts at clean-up, we WILL allow the community to have a stay on if anything should stay or go and if people can make a compelling case to keep a certain aesthetic, we will either bring it back or keep it. Right now, we're gonna do it amongst the mods and admins via Discord, then we're gonna roll it to the other Discord users before we finally bring it here and people can state their cases (I'll make a blog post on here when that time comes and people can weigh in on what should stay and go... and before I get into it; just because somebody finds a particular aesthetic offensive in any way is not gonna be grounds to get rid of it so don't see it as an opportunity to state your case why something like Nazi Chic or Fashwave should be deleted just because it is an offensive aesthetic).
Once we can things to where we want them, then we might start loosening up on the pages within reason.
Fair. I'll just have to take your word for it; I only really get a cursory look at TikTok as it is.