Sorry. A Word Is Required from the Comment Police.

  • Posted on July 3, 2018 at 2:14 pm

By: Cheryl Taggert

There have been a few comments lately that need to be addressed, not specifically, but in general. PLEASE read our Terms of Use, especially #7, and keep your comments geared toward the story and NOT what you wish you could do in real life to a young girl. As mentioned in the Terms of Use, we reserve the right to delete or not post any comments we find are beyond the boundaries of good taste, even when discussing our mutual fantasy. If you want to link up with someone on the website to discuss your fantasies in gory detail, be our guest. Do not, however, make short comments that cross our boundaries of keeping it non-specific in nature. We try to make our stories about having all parties giving consent to what happens. Crude comments ignore that aspect.

That’s all that needs to be said here. I was offended by some of the comments and deleted the cruder ones. Any more from the same people, and all of your comments will be deleted. More of these comments may end up being deleted, depending on the overall consensus of the admins, especially the remaining site owners.


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  1. Tim says:

    Well said Cheryl!!!

  2. C-hop says:

    Couldn’t have said it better.

  3. L says:

    I totally agree with the Comment Police.L.

  4. drew says:

    hear hear!!

  5. Cheryl says:

    Thank you for the positive comments! I knew our readers would feel the same way I do about this. I have yet to contact the offenders. One comment from the first commenter was approved, which made them all approved, which led to others jumping immediately onto the “Bandwagon of Disgusting Comments,” which for some reason is an attractive bandwagon for some men. (A reader’s very first comment awaits approval, but once it’s approved, the rest post automatically without having to be moderated.)

    Thanks again!

  6. Cheryl says:

    Just so everyone knows, I attempted to email the person most responsible for this blog post/reminder. The email came back as undeliverable because the email address didn’t exist. Therefore, the person will not be able to post a comment anymore. All of his comments have been unapproved and removed from the website. If you use a fake email, we don’t want to hear whatever you have to say.

  7. kim says:

    Well done Cheryl. You are our hero.

  8. Myrddn says:

    Hear, hear. Well said Cheryl. Thank you.

  9. kacey says:

    Way to go Cheryl!! 🙂 yet another reason to add to the list of “Reasons why we love Cheryl Taggert” 😉

  10. JetBoy says:

    That’s a mighty long list, Kasey!

  11. Euphorsyne,Thalia & Aglia says:

    Thank you Cheryl for reminding all of us that the rules are there for a reason:
    To be able to acknowledge the great writings & ability to tell tales of, as you
    mentioned, our mutual shared fantasies of the Love and Intimacies as they apply
    to this genre..and this genre only.
    Thanks Cheryl for doing the great job of editor that sometimes requires you to “put your foot down”

  12. egor45 says:

    totally agree there is a time and place and it is not on here

  13. Cheryl says:

    First, I am a part of a team, and we all agree about this problem.

    Second, I have found I needed to delete all the comments, even the innocuous ones, of the first person who became a problem. Then I had to deny approval to about a half dozen more made by someone else. His comments, however, were eerily similar in nature to the ones that brought this blog post on in the first place, so we may have one person trying to post under two different names. (It’s happened before.) After deleting them, I realized I could have checked the IP addresses to see if they were the same, but it was too late.

    So, this comment is just a little peek behind the curtain for our readers. Needless to say, you won’t have to be subjected to the disgusting comments that made me want to shower again after reading them.

    Finally, thank you all for your kind support of this blog post as well as our wonderful website. And an especially big virtual hug to kacey and my colleague JetBoy for the nice things they said. 🙂

  14. David says:

    Although I may not comment on a story, as much as some do, any comments I do make have always been positive.
    Thank you Cheryl.

  15. Winfred says:

    I have read all your stories and enjoyed them tremendously, keep up the GREAT work. (wish i was a woman lol)hopefully in my next life..

    Thank you sooo much cheryl

  16. Cheryl says:

    You’re welcome, Winfred. I am so glad you like my stories!


  17. Sebastian says:

    I willfully break my silence here to thank you for this post and to share a suggestion that there is nothing to apologize for. It is quite clear what kind of behavior is appropriate based on the rules and the general correspondence of its seasoned members, especially. If there are a subset of guests who can’t control themselves or play ignorant to the boundaries, then the burden of reflection and apology falls squarely on them. I have not been browsing this place for very long but it is quite a relief to witness the welcoming ambience and fair exercise of policy adherence. I look forward to the wealth of stimulating stories and ensuing conversations here.

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