If so, what happened? What's the best way to handle the situation?
QA's rarely, if ever, block me to get the last word, but occasionally I come across someone who's too sensitive for their own good, incredibly defensive, and can't seem to figure out how to proceed with the conversation without encouraging a dramatic tone. I'm very honest with people here because I don't believe in pacifying someone or enabling unfavorable behavior. While I try to be respectful, some people simply cannot handle pure honesty no matter how decent the delivery is. Should GAG do something about this?
What's your opinion?
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Haha yes, I'm sure most people have experienced this at some point. I've had it happen to me once.
The QA was angry that a lot of men like women who shave their vaginas. She then began putting down women who shave and was very rude.
In my answer I pointed out that it was rude and there was no reason to put down other women like that. We commented back and forth a few times, she then proceeded to call me a bitch and blocked me but continued to post on my answer. Lol
I just laughed it off. Some users are just like that and all you can do is ignore them. But at least with the new site, there is reciprocal blocking. So if someone blocks you, anonymous or not, they can no longer comment on any of your posts or go around harrassing you. That was a much needed upgrade in my opinion:)1
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