Comments are welcomed and encouraged on Homeschoolers Anonymous. We desire to provoke an open dialogue about people’s experiences in conservative Christian homeschooling subcultures — and other homeschooling cultures, too. Really, we want as much dialogue as possible about homeschooling.
As with any website with dialogue, there are some instances where comments on either our Facebook page or blog will be edited or deleted. Those instances include but are not limited to:
- Comments deemed to be spam or questionable spam will be deleted. Including a link to relevant content is permitted, but comments should be relevant to the post topic.
- Comments including profanity will not be deleted, unless that profanity serves no purpose other than to insult someone else.
- Comments containing language or concepts that could be deemed offensive or triggering due to abuse survivors’ experiences will be deleted.
- Ableist, gendered, homophobic, racial, and transphobic slurs will be deleted.
- Threats of violence or death will be deleted.
- Irrelevant ad hominems will be deleted.
These rules will not be enforced with a heavy hand. We are not interested in censorship. We simply ask that you phrase your opinions — positive or negative or whatever they may be — in a way that respects everyone’s humanity and life experience. If you violate our comment policy, we will give you a warning; repeated violations may lead to you being banned from our Facebook page and/or blog.
The community coordinators at HA reserve the right to edit or delete any comments submitted to this blog or our Facebook page without notice. This comment policy is subject to change at anytime.
Blog comment note: Your very first comment made on the HA blog requires us to manually approve it. Once your first comment is manually approved, you will be able to henceforth post freely. We will continue to moderate all comments, though, so please… try to be nice.