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  1. The Picture Or The Thousand Words?

    Recently there was a TOB kerfuffle involving a now BANNED user who, by referring to our beloved kitty by its scientific name, was too explicit for the tender sensibilities of an adult dating community. Now I know you're thinking, "that never happens" but, being caught in the vortex and sent straight to Siberia am here to say, it most certainly does. I also know mine is not to reason why but rejected twice, I'm a bit perplexed by the recent experience of getting a review approved for a new provider. Citing "not enough information" for one with "less than 10 reviews", I was basically forced to be more descriptive with the experience than comfortable yet, after reading other less descriptive reviews for providers with "less than 10 reviews" and the posting guidelines I must reason, why? More specifically, has anyone else had this experience? Given our current sociopolitical environment and that reviews and listings are visible to the public, what about the concerns both providers and hobbyists have expressed about how important it is we "stay under the radar" ? And before someone practices their selective reading skills to suggest "this is a moderator question", I've asked.