A thread posted yesterday opened up some dialogue between us and our users, which confirmed our suspicions that this subreddit needs drastic change. The first of these changes is becoming more transparent in the actions we take and why we take them.
In all honesty, the mod team has been in shambles for a long time now. Moderator burnout took hold a while ago, and there has been little effort put into fixing it, so we feel that now is the time. The first change we will be making is a rules reform. The rules are in a sorry state, with lots of grey areas for individual mod biases to hide in, and strange inconsistencies that are (understandably) very confusing from a user's perspective. These inconsistencies make it appear as if harassment is allowed against some streamers but not against others, or as if we are defending abhorrent behaviour while censoring the good people. The changes we are making with this first step, which will be implemented very soon, aim to solve these problems.
The second instalment of this change will be in the form of a concise infraction system. As mentioned, we have acknowledged that each of us moderate differently, and it's a problem that has caused us a lot of problems in the past, and will likely to continue to do so. The details of this have not been fully ironed out yet, but there will be more news to come soon.
Another one of the proposed changes will be to allow streamers to opt-out of being posted on the subreddit. Currently, we do not allow this as per an internal vote within our mod team, but this decision was made before all the recent drama and it needs to be reconsidered.
Additionally, we realise that a subreddit with almost a million people cannot be managed by the small handful of mods we currently have, and we will be looking for more moderators ASAP (if you're interested and have experience, please come forward). We are focusing on the rule reform first, so as to not have to waste time training mods on guidelines that will change shortly.
Please share any thoughts you have in the comments. We will be reading as many comments as possible to gauge your feedback, and responding to those we think we should expand upon.
Let me preface this by saying that I don't claim to understand all that you go through by any means, but I did gain some insight and it was remarkable.
I am a closeted cross dresser. Last week, I shaved my face, shaved my legs, put on a wig, makeup, tights and a dress and went to a couple department stores. With the help of foam and breast forms, I had a fairly feminine figure. My makeup skills aren't great, and I'm short and not muscular, so the ability to wear a facemask everywhere I went really hid most signs that would be telling that I wasn't a woman.
In the matter of a few hours, I got far too many compliments, stares, and creeps. Some compliments were fine, like the guy who was standing next to me and simple said he liked my dress. I said thanks, and that was it! But the guy who told his friend in a "whisper" that I had nice tits was not quite so welcome. I became painfully aware of how many men were looking at me like an object. At first I was flattered, but that soon turned into disgust as I realized that this is what women go through on a daily basis, and that I too have certainly acted like they were.
I've seen plenty of guys saying that women are attention whores, ungrateful when complimented, that they need to smile more, etc etc. But only a few hours of being seen as a woman has told me all I need to know about how many men there are that need to change THEIR attitudes, including me.
There's only so much I can say without repeating myself over and over, but know that at least one dude has seen the light and has a new respect for what the female experience can be like!
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