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#11
Yes, very much so. And as we are closing the accounts, we aren't actually deleting their information.
Thanks, we do need to have some consideration of these approaches for the newer members, not sure what the line should be.
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#12
I think 10 posts was brought up earlier in this thread and I think that could be a good benchmark. It still leaves quite a few areas of the forum to be explored and discussed within. It gives us a chance to get to know the member better before they get full access. It is like a trial period where rule breaking can be dealt with more harshly.
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#13
I think if people join and are inactive or join and quickly discover that the forum is not what they are seeking that is fine. I was inactive for somewhere around three years before re-joining.
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#14
(03-22-2019, 02:22 PM)RichardR Wrote: I have no doubt there some people who have no intention of contributing, but just join to read the posts. So long as it doesn't cause too much work and there is a straight forward way of deciding when to grant new members full entry (say after 10 posts) then I agree with the idea.
I feel the same; however some people may be hesitant to reveal too much about themselves, so they come to read what others have written. I mostly read posts here and only write when I feel I can actually contribute.

Spanking is a sensitive subject no matter how you look at it, whether you're pro, anti or simply undecided. This place is a haven where it can be thought about and discussed in a calm and reasonable manner.
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#15
I of course support this as I suggested something very similar months ago. I would really like this to go into effect. It would make me feel a lot better about going back to sharing more on the forum.
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#16
(03-26-2019, 03:04 PM)Sarah Wrote: I of course support this as I suggested something very similar months ago. I would really like this to go into effect. It would make me feel a lot better about going back to sharing more on the forum.

This. A lot of us (esp teenage girls) don't mind sharing personal things with a community we trust, but are slow to be open and sharing when we think there are a lot of people with ulterior motives. There will always be SOME, but the numbers hinder openness. And openness it what makes a forum like this work
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#17
I can understand your trepidation, but as you know, the Girls' Clubhouse is restricted and monitored. I believe that you are as safe as we can make it posting there.
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#18
I think everyone here is safe unless they give away any personal information, such as their real name or what town they live in.
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#19
Perhaps it's more a matter of comfort than one of safety. It's quite one thing to share your personal experiences with parental spanking with fellow spanked teens and parents than it is with someone with another interest in the subject.
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(03-29-2019, 08:54 PM)Nancy Wrote: Perhaps it's more a matter of comfort than one of safety. It's quite one thing to share your personal experiences with parental spanking with fellow spanked teens and parents than it is with someone with another interest in the subject.

I know what you mean. It's important for everyone here to feel comfortable.
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