Ok, straight up, most of us have used Anon for a post or another. I admit I have. I broke my oath and posted some embarrassing things as ANON just to avoid any negative backlash when ever my secret admirers saw the question and would have felt the need to pipe up. I report Anon's that obviosly show up in my questions JUST to post a rude thing. If you are rude to me with your screen name...we hash it out but I would never report you. There is nothing wrong with not liking someone, but I find it so cowardly when people pull Anon JUST to take a hit at a person they don't like.
Just for example. This is a question I posted http://www.cafemom.com/answers/159804/Was_your_Bio_father_nothing_more_than_a_sperm_donor?cat_id=&next=41#r_foot
I had an Anon post about page 3 "wow, well that explains some of your issues" Nothing more. Just the below the belt punch and adios. Yes I reported her. I was an emotional disaster and she CONT..
Answer by LuvsDanika at 11:34 PM on Mar. 23, 2009
she chose that exact moment of weakness to throw a punch at a person she dislikes (Yes these are MY examples, but I encourage you to say your own, Is this fair? Is this someone someone has a "right " to do. We've hashed out making Anon only FOR asking questions. If you are too embarrassed to share then don't. 30 seconds saved in writing a post. But if you had to take Anon as she currently is....or change her to being ONLY for asking questions or having some sort of rules set on using her, what would you vote to do?
Answer by munch12502 at 11:27 PM on Mar. 23, 2009
Do you feel you have the right to know exactly WHO is staying vile mean things to you? Or do you think they deserve the privacy to PUBLIC ALLY try to humiliate you without showing their face?
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