For the first couple of months I was on the site, I was pleasantly surprised by the lack of drama.
I don’t mind people calmly stating their opinion on heated topics like gay rights, abortion, breast feeding, or daycare.
But I truly hate ugliness, and there’s not much in this world that I waste energy hating.
The amount of contempt that was shown for site was completely incomprehensible.
What really troubled me about this post was that it rapidly devolved into a bunch of catty women, slamming any fathers who dared to join a moms’ group, calling names, pointing fingers.
The moderator stepped in several times, all to her stress and no avail; the site’s rules do not allow her to simply delete a post, unless the user requests it.
So there it sits, ugliness in all its stinky glory, the hate-filled words and derision writhing around in my stomach like a bunch of grubs. However, I enjoy conversing with people who have different views from me, if stated appropriately and not angrily or defensively, because that way I learn things about myself, about other people, and sometimes about how to see the world through someone else’s eyes.I don’t always gravitate toward like-minded thinkers; while easy, it’s also boring.• predstavite se kroz profil i pronađite "ono nešto" u drugim profilima • ostvarite kontakt s ljudima koji su otvoreni za druženje i nova poznanstva • razgovarajte neograničeno s drugim članovima preko Iskrica telefona • koristite Iskrica videofon i steknite realniju sliku sugovornika • zavirite u galeriju slika i video snimki drugih članova • ispunite 'Upitnik kompatibilnosti' i pronađite osobe koje vam najbolje odgovaraju • zaljubite se....So, I recently found my way onto a nation-wide moms board, where right on the front page you can choose your geographical area to connect with local moms. Sure, I can’t go to most playdates, lunch dates, etc.But I can get to know some women in my area, since all my friends are military and leaving me.Maybe I can hang out with them sometime, maybe even make a friend or two.