Genderfluid dancer in PNB Professional Division classes in Pacific Northwest Ballet Posted July 7 36 minutes ago, PeggyTulle said: I have asked this before with no response. What does this mean? I have looked through the guidelines and such but can't find examples. Googling leads me nowhere, too. It's in our Rules & Policies under two separate bullet points: Write what you think of the subject, not other posters, i.e., no ad hominem attacks, characterizations, or psychoanalysis. Don't discuss the discussion. Do not discuss each other. If you have a problem with a post, click the "Report" button at the bottom of the post, and the Moderators will review it I don't think we're important enough to Google for this to come up easily in search results. 31 minutes ago, PeggyTulle said: Why is lack of gender inclusiveness here not allowed to be discussed? It's a central part of the issue and it seems the preferenceis to dance around it. You can discuss the lack of gender inclusiveness on this site by stating your point of view. You cannot discuss what other posters think about gender inclusiveness or tell them what they must or must not be as a result of their opinion aside from "I disagree" and then explaining your opinioin. 31 minutes ago, PeggyTulle said: Also, why was my post edited without any note about it? When we find a violation, we have the choice of removing it altogether, or leaving what isn't in violation of our rules and policies. Which is in our Rules & Policies. Why did your post/part of your post disappear? It contained [list of policy violations] We generally don't put a note that we've edited a post, because that's like holding up a sign that says that you've violated policy. Admin notes can refer to deleted posts, not necessarily the last post before the general warning. If you prefer us to remove it altogether, then you can "Report" the post, PM me, or use the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of each page and ask for what remains to be deleted, and you wouldn't be the first. You can also contact us if you have a question about a policy.