So ages ago when I was still a newbie, I asked a question, which I thought about, I made sure it was okay, checked the rules, checked again, did my goody two shoes shit that I don't bother with anymore and made sure the question was okay, and posted it.
That question was removed. The only thing I was told is that it was 'provocative' (I think that's the word. If it's not then I'll put the right word in the update)
I wasn't told why. I had no idea why. Provocative? Not it wasn't it was just a simple opinion poll. No harm in it.
How are we supposed to know what not to post if we're not told why our posts are being removed? Sure a pretty little category of what's not allowed can give you a guideline, but I followed that guideline to a T. I still don't know what I did wrong.
So do you think G@G should tell you why a post of yours was removed?
You're probably talking about "Antagonistic" But whenever/if your questions get removed, the sytem "should" send you a message with an explanation, as to why.. If it doesn't, or if you disagree, you could contact the Admins, and explain your situation. http://www.girlsaskguys.com/contact
If that doesn't adequately help you understand why something was removed though, everyone is free to send a message either to www.girlsaskguys.com/contact or they can message me directly for a more in-depth explanation :)
I think you might mean 'antagonistic'? It's usually when questions are removed for being purposefully insulting or designed to cause an argument, like troll questions or often gender questions, e. g. 'Why are all men/women so ____' that kinda thing. I guess you can try asking the admins why it was removed? But yeah, I think it'd be a good idea to have access to a more in depth description of what exactly violated the rules.