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So it's easier on the eyes, I'll post this in normal colors.
OK--I'm still new at the Moderation game. This topic/thread has been
on a Roller-Coaster Ride almost from day 1. Rye did report the one
post because of the 'Underwear' issue. As I continued to read the post
and the response it produced, I could see this turning into a Fetish Flame War
which is not what this forum us about. We are adults here but in
general do not consent to this type of flagrant exhibitionism.
The only 'rule' that came to mind, allowing me to officially lock the thread,
was the 'Underwear Rule'. I first redacted the questionable post,
but the responder to the 'questionable post' was encouraging the
exhibitionism. If someone wants to "Show Off Their Package", that's
fine with me, but this type of discussion is not welcome on a family
I tried to use a 'mop 'n' bucket' but too much damage had taken place.
I found the key to the blasted door, closed and locked it.
I would do this on any future 'Topic/Thread' that encouraged
Sexual/Fetish Exhibitionism. This is not welcome here. I know many
of you are parents, and would want to encourage your child in their
choices. This forum is here to encourage men/male skirt/kilt wearing
as an everyday choice for men. I would use this forum to assist my
child in encouraging their skirt/kilt wearing, but NOT
when it includes
the S/F Exhibitionism that appeared with the 'Tight-Fitting Jeans'
concept the last two posters were promoting.
Anyway, this is the reasoning I used for locking the Topic/Thread.
Jeans are a useful garment and have their place in the wardrobe.
Women's cut jeans may fit a person better than Men's cut jeans due
to body type/mass/build. That is something we all can agree on and
openly discuss without going into exhibitionism.
Thanks to all who supported my decision. For those who did not
understand my reasoning, I hope this will clarify my struggle as to
lock or not lock the thread and why I chose the basic rule #3 as
the tool to shut it down.
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