I do understand, and I'm not saying I'm not guilty of doing the same thing. I made a similar if not a little nicer post when I first came to the site, which I'm realizing was potentially unattainable and will be removing later.
After doing a lot of research and coming to the realization that I ave no idea what I'm doing I hope that I do not repeat the above mention faux pas.
As a senior member for a military youth organization I have found healthy and constructive criticism goes a long way. Hopefully everyone can adapt to the guidelines and poly-etiquette. There a lot to know/learn/act to be appropriate.
It's just me, my ramblings and the elevator music in my head.
I really love feedback, if you have anything at all to say, fret not, I take criticism like gold and praise like salt
Me: bi, reformed wild-child turned mom and house maid LOL
C: straight/hypersexual, possibly mono?
BC: our son, 5 years
CM: second son 8 months.