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Impose new rule in self harm forum. Issue Tools
issueid=531 August 4th 2010 09:44 AM
Impose new rule in self harm forum.
Ban 'how and where do you cut' threads

I propose that we enforce a rule against 'how and where do you cut' threads.

These threads do not, in my opinion, help any users in gaining any helpful or supportive information but they could potentially give other users new ideas or perhaps even encourage self harm.
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Priority 4
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February 10th 2013 03:02 PM
Rob Rob is offline
Project Coordinator
I feel that this is already covered by our existing rules on triggering material, so please click the report button on posts or contact a Moderator if you think that material is triggering.

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