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This doesn't make any sense...
Go to /hm/ to post and discuss gay porn pics and other NSFW topics. Any other topic belonging in the below boards gets you banned.
Go to /lgbt/ for kid friendly discussions about GLBT topics.
Go to /adv/ for any gay advice (coming out, relationship problems, etc.) threads.
Go to /soc/ for cam whoring, rate threads, and for gay hookups.
Go to /mu/ to discuss with other gay guys about the music they like, gay musicians and GLBT music influences.
Go to /req/ to request source on gay porn images and videos.
Go to /gif/ for adult gay gifs.
Go to /wsg/ for worksafe gay gifs.
Why the fuck should I have to go to 8 different boards when there should be ONE INCLUSIVE GAY BOARD
for my needs? Give us /gay/ now!
Argument from Analogy
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All right, so I've noticed a lot of users here on the site use Argument from Analogy in discussions. This is fine, but the first reply to posts that use this method of
>those aren't the same thing, dumbass
In a community that seems to prize itself as being smarter than the average bear (where every "rate yourself" thread on /b/ has all the posters rating their
intelligence to be the equivalent of 170 IQ), this is rather humorous at best, but detrimental to discussions at worst. In order to rectify this, let's have a short
look at Argument from Analogy.
Argument from Analogy is a method of argumentation employed often in real life discussions. It seeks to clarify the nature of an object x by relating it to an object
with a similar nature y. By "similar nature," I mean that they function similarly -with respect to- whatever is being discussed. We'll see what is meant by this in the next post.
/m/ needs a sticky
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I propose a sticky is placed on /m/, detailing what is and what is not considered by the Admins and Mods to "be /m/". That way, non-/m/ material won't plague the board. At the same time, there should be board specific rules made for /m/, just like with /s/, /out/, /r/ and other boards that have a specific subject.