That is a perfectly logical point. But, following that logic, that can be said for other words such as gosh, heck, darn, dang, etc.
It also extends to things such as fandoms, movies, videogames, etc. Some households view things such as anime, manga, and other forms of movies and games as unbefitting of a Christian. What would they do if they found out their child was exposed to such discussions on the forums?
Eerie, my friend. You don't have to mother me. I am responsible for my own actions.
I am also very medicated on cold medicine and I hate the world right now.
I understand that. And consideration is fine.
Thank you, but I am already apart of other more secular forums so I am not in the market for any at the moment.
My point is that the rules are inconsistent at best. See my response to Eerie.
Also that Hanna's generalization concerning the good of the forums is just untrue. I don't care that she edited my post. That's fine. I do care that she views her own actions in the rules as only for the good of the community. So my question as a part of the community is how? How is the banning of one word good for the community?
Either burn it all or don't touch it.