Our Comment Policy on Puttylike
Puttylike is here to provide a safe, supportive space for multipotentialites. Comments will be blocked or removed if they do not serve this aim or contribute to the discussion in a productive way.
Respectful disagreement is allowed and encouraged, as long as it is, in fact, respectful and relevant to the article (not, for example, abstractly political). Comments will be removed if they make claims that are not evidence-based.
Comments may be blocked if they are written anonymously, e.g. without the author’s real email address, which is visible only to administrators.
When comments are blocked, they are done so at the discretion of our editorial team. Thankfully, most of the Puttylike community respects these guidelines. We remove fewer than 2% of legitimate (non-spam) comments.
It is worth noting that we do use a spam filter and occasionally a legitimate comment gets caught in that filter. If it has been more than 48 hours since you posted your comment and you don’t see it on the site–plus you believe, in good faith, that it adheres to the guidelines on this page—feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for helping us keep Puttylike a positive and supportive environment and a respite from a sometimes very noisy and cruel internet.