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Author Topic: Rules re PMs. where are the rules?  (Read 518 times)
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« on: December 12, 2015, 07:37:05 PM »

I just joined and have been reading some old posts. Someone mentioned that you need to make 5 posts before you can use private messages.

Another claims you are limited to one post a day.

Where can I find these rules and perhaps others?
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« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2016, 08:47:20 AM »

I just joined and have been reading some old posts. Someone mentioned that you need to make 5 posts before you can use private messages.

Another claims you are limited to one post a day.

Where can I find these rules and perhaps others?


Yes you must make 5 posts before you can send PMs.    We have had problems with folks joining up just to harass members via PM.  The five message rule is to encourage people to engage in the community before sending PMs.

You are not limited to one post per day.  I have no idea where this came from.

However, I believe Posts and PMs are limited to a certain number per hour.  (Or you will get a message that you can not send/post another so soon after sending a first) This limitation is imposed by the forum software.  This is is to prevent spammers from flooding everyone's mailboxes or the board with ads for Viagra.   Grin
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So much oppression in our culture is based on shame about sex: the oppression of women, of cultural minorities, oppression in the name of the (presumably asexual) family, oppression of sexual minorities. We are all oppressed. We have all been taught, one way or another, that our desires, our bodies, our sexualities, are shameful. What better way to defeat oppression than to get together in communities and celebrate the wonders of sex?
The Ethical Slut: A Guide to Infinite Sexual Possibilities
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