From what I see here, I'd say that roleplaying a Fedo with glasses (Fedos have no eyes, by the way, just to point out) is sorta asking for trouble. I'm sure you expected this in some form when you created a character designed to poke at the fourth wall. Some roleplayers don't want to be reminded of the 4th wall IC as well as OOC. It breaks immersion, and can ruin the experience for others.
That said, I read your character's bio and like the idea. I think it's a good one, but I am saying that by nature you will run into people who really don't like the less immersive (or is it MORE immersive, to explain OOC content?) methods used. In the end, you'll be called a troll, and you'll be called out for things your character did that people just don't like.
I personally think improv blocking is a perfectly legitimate way to handle these things. This is a game after all, and people owe you no responsibility to hash it out in a long discussion about what they think you should do with your character. If people don't like your character, and improv block you, perhaps it is saving them from drama they don't want to be involved in. Not everyone wants to discuss this sort of stuff in their free time. At least they didn't actually -block- you, which is also a legitimate option (though extreme).
If your character is pushing the boundries of commonly accepted RP to try something new, I think you should be prepared for people to not want to RP with you. Some won't like your ideas, and some won't bother dealing with them. Pushing the issue won't help.
Neither Rek nor Synthia was in the wrong to do what they did.
Rek was exploring new RP possibilities. Bravo for creativity.
Synthia was avoiding something she didn't feel obliged to deal with. Bravo for picking your fights.
Meh. Just my opinion though, and I probably got some facts wrong anyways.