A lot of the time I see questions that are interesting but having an MHO isn't really relevant because the asker clearly wants to see what the range of opinions is. Examples:
How big an age gap have you dated?
How many people have you slept with?
Have you ever dated someone from a different country?
What's the longest relationship you've had?
These are all discursive style questions where the asker is just curious and wants to see a range of responses. I'd often like to contribute and comment on these questions but I am put off by it detracting from my MHO if I do comment.
I appreciate the irony that this, in itself, is a discursive question, but I was curious as to whether other people felt the same way.
- Yes, a discussion qs with no MHO option would be good.38% (3)44% (4)41% (7)Vote
- No, I don't see the point.62% (5)44% (4)53% (9)Vote
- No opinion.0% (0)12% (1)6% (1)Vote
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I agree - I think awarding the MHO should be totally voluntary within the Asker's privilege to award it as they see fit.1