>I have already made it clear that it's not about loli or guro but rather your explosive derailment that consistently came with those two. Even if the images were kept up, you would still be warned for thread derailment and flamebaiting. Any user can post those two (guro if properly spoiled) and be left off fine.
Hi, I have a suggestion, change rule 3 back. I have not derailed threads, I have not acted abrasively, and I have not contributed or started flame wars. Loli and shota has zero effect on discussion. It does not derail threads or start flame wars. The quality of posts is simply not effected.
The issue with banning something(or censoring it) because it makes people uncomfortable, is that anything can make anybody uncomfortable. What about what makes me uncomfortable? What if I don't like candles, or horses. What if I have a phobia of insects, does that mean insect pics should be spoilered? Why should what makes "some" "uncomfortable" be prioritized? As for the majority of users being bothered by it, I haven't seen that. 1, 1 post with loli in it has been reported folks. I wonder where this mysterious outrage is coming from, because I just see it. Was there a vote, because I didn't see one.
The fact of the matter is there's absolutely nothing reasonable about this rule change. It is utterly selfish and shows a blatant disregard for the principles of this site or what makes it great.>dark-but-chill hangout
How does a place that succumbs to this kind of mentality fit that bill?. Tumblr, Steam, 34paheal, they're all going in that direction. Think about what you're doing a little harder and maybe even grow a little thicker skin.
How does everybody else feel? Please lead me your voices. Let's at least discuss this reasonably.
>It depends a lot of how well staff and users communicate. When staff and users start to see a clear division where one side expects to just be understood, without any attempt on their part to hear out the other half, the whole thing starts to crumble in my opinion.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.