Declaration of Rights for Writers from Kate Paulk

I’m sure I am last to the party here, but Kate Paulk has an interesting Declaration of Writers Rights up over a Mad Genius Club

We hold these truths to be self-evident: That people *like* to read, and hear and watch Stories.
That Story should come before Message, but message is okay if that floats your boat.
That Books which put Message before Story are fine too, even if boring and tedious and pedantic. .
That for Freedom of Speech (and Written Word) to be free, that Freedom must be sacrosanct, nothing is off limits, nothing is too offensive
That Freedom of Speech does not mean freedom not to be Offended, nor to impose your Offense on behalf of others.
That Freedom of Speech comes with consequences and others may Consequence your nose if you are too offensive.
That Writers must be free to write what they please and that no one has the right to tell them they may not or should not.
That likewise Readers have a right to read whatever they damn-well please and no one may say them nay.
That anyone who likes Science Fiction – written Word, spoken Word or Dramatic Presentation – is a Science Fiction Fan.

She describes it as a Sad Puppies declaration of writers and readers rights and I think I agree with it. You wouldn’t think it needs to be said but I guess with the censorious SJW’s goose stepping around sometimes it is necessary to restate the obvious.