I find it interesting...a few of my posts have been removed because of being irrelevant or whatever, although I didn't perceive them as being irrelevant. However, when people reply to my questions with offensive and irrelevant answers and I happen to report them, the answers are never removed. Why is this?
So what exactly is the criteria for getting a post removed?
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The exact criteria isn't exactly clear, other than those which violate the community guidelines and terms of service.
As of late, they've been removing many questions about politics, religion, race and gender, simply because those posts tend to attract ignorance and immaturity and people just attack others and degrade them.
Offensive is also really subjective. People on here are sensitive and things which aren't remotely degrading, name calling or derogatory are deemed as offensive, so of course they won't remove posts just because a person doesn't like what the post says.
Also, they've been removing many of the breast size questions, labia and penis questions because (1) they're asked repeatedly by the same individuals and (2) they are ridiculously repetitive.
And if you're asking about users or appearance, yeah, this is a private site and they have to take extra steps to prevent any form of "cyber bullying" especially with bullying coming to light within the past 2 years or so.
Oh yeah, favoritism is claimed but it can't be proven(proved?) really2
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