kinziechan wrote:My only problem with the "larger number of people" they are catering to is that in my experience, they're all minors. Dont punish us for the minors.
lore wrote:We also understand that those of you who are hammering censorship in these forums don't accept those of us who can accept it in the name of having an English-language translation of a book in our hands.
lore wrote: Yet, here is another book discussion that has turned into a circular round of discussion on censorship. Unfortunately, for every new book discussed, there's a new poster to rise to the censorship discussion bait, and discussion of the book itself is yet again lost by the wayside.
lore wrote: May I suggest to those to whom censorship is their main issue - add a signature through the control panel that touches on the highlights of what you are repeating over and over in discussions. That way, every time you post, your censorship issues are right there for others to see. You could also reply to every new user in the introductions with your censorship points. That way, the user is well informed of the lay of the land here and will know that each post on censorship is not necessarily one the new user needs to reply to.
lore wrote: At this point, I see the users with censorship issues stifling all other discussion of titles, and I'd like to think that that's not what those users really want.
lore wrote: As always, the "you" here is the general "you", not directed at any one person.
2old4yaoi wrote:... the story lines became much tamer (almost shounen-ai like) in vol 2 & 3.
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