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Author Topic: neg partner- my needs count too.  (Read 8419 times)

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Re: neg partner- my needs count too.
« Reply #50 on: June 19, 2016, 02:56:49 am »
Hi All,

Without going into too many details we reviewed the threads and the follow-up communications sent to me after this TO and on the basis of that review, the TO was extended to a full and permanent ban.  I wanted to make sure any one who was commenting on the thread after the TO is aware that in this case OP will not be returning.

I am also locking the thread.

Jim

http://forums.poz.com/index.php?topic=277.0

TaSP and PrEP are part of safer sex, a number of studies have been completed and published on this and information and links have been provided.

Safer sex is often a combination of tactics to reduce risk. TaSP is a valid point as it simply reduces risk. Your posts however are inaccurate and you seems to be flaming trying to find an absolute in someone else's thread. If you want to discuss the focus of TaSP go right ahead but not the way your doing it.   

MOD NOTE:

I moved the last 4 posts from the other thread to your own thread.
Look I had warned you not to post in that thread and to drop it.  Instead you continued to post, Hijack the thread and flame the topic.

So you have earned yourself a TO now if you return after the TO I suggest you think before you post and do not post in that other thread again. Quit the flaming and quit the drama.

Also on the topic of drama when you start a thread keep in mind members are free to comment and voice their opinion whether you do or do not like it . Now if you do not agree with someone you are free to debate it if you want or ignore it if you like.

Also you will provide references for health/medical/scientific information  provided. Sweeping statements about what others recommend or don't is just not going to wash here.

When you post in someone else's thread keep it on topic and never do anything in terms of flame baiting. When a mod asks you to step out of the thread, its for a reason and we don't do it often.

Finally if you are having problems with another forum member, you have two options. One, you can use the Report to Moderator link found at the bottom of any post. Two, you can put that forum member on Ignore by using the link that appears at the bottom of the user information next to their post. You can unignore a member by going into your profile and taking them off the ignore list.

Jim

« Last Edit: June 19, 2016, 03:10:54 am by JimDublin »
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