Why do you not call an -ist thread an -ist thread in the deletion message?

(7 Posts)
veryproudvolleyballmum Fri 19-Aug-16 18:33:16

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Jasonandyawegunorts Sat 20-Aug-16 02:25:56

bumping this.

Egosumquisum Sat 20-Aug-16 11:52:16

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Jasonandyawegunorts Sat 20-Aug-16 12:52:15

The basics of the problem are that they don't see the problem. I suspect that's deliberate because controversial threads get more page views than none-controversial ones. Who cares if a small minority are offended by prejudicial post, everyone on the thread is contributing to the money.

It's not hate speech and discrimination, it's enterprise culture!

Until Mumsnet admit that what they are currently doing isn't working and there is a massive problem with the site, nothing is going to work.

But as shown, they don't see a problem with belittling, down playing and hater speech against a certain group of disabilities.

KateSMumsnet (MNHQ) Sat 20-Aug-16 14:39:26

Hi everyone,

Thanks for raising this. We generally try to keep our deletion message as generally as possible - saying that a thread broke our talk guidelines usually cover most of the ist and isms.

veryproudvolleyballmum Sat 20-Aug-16 16:15:39

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Egosumquisum Sun 21-Aug-16 09:17:29

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