After reading CD's post, and having been in a moderator's shoes, myself, I am not currently inclined to suffer fools.
So she did only to be deleted, now she is pissed and if you knew my wife that’s not good.
I would respectfully suggest that perhaps on-line forums are not for her if one such incident, and such a minor one, at that, has gotten her that
riled-up. You, or your wife, or the both of you are more than making a mountain out of mole hill. Y'all are making an entire mountain range out out of less than an ant hill.
She is big on equality and “Quote” (doesn’t think she needs to prove she has breasts to any man in order to be allowed to post).
Don't mean to add fuel to the fire, but that remark gives me the distinct impression it's more like she's big on attitude and just looking to exercise it.
Our profile was clear that we were a family 1 man 1 woman 1 kid
Then perhaps y'all, as a family
, should have chosen a screen name that was reflective of a multiple personality, rather than one that any reasonable person would reasonably assume was indicative of a male individual? (Btw: If your wife is so "big on equality," why didn't she make herself equal to you, Sailnet-presence-wise, by getting her own login and screen name?)
she feels the moderators should have asked if it was her or I
Damn those overpaid moderators! Fire the lot of 'em, I say!
“quote” (not just assumed the second class citizen wouldn’t be posting) ...
So... she thinks the Sailnet community or Sailnet's moderators think she's a "second class citizen"... because she's a woman?!?! Heh. "Attitude issues" confirmed, in my view.
It is unfortunate your enjoyment of Sailnet, and the knowledge, experience and wisdom that can be gleaned from its many, many generous and helpful participants will apparently now be lost to you, all because your wife has chosen to take umbrage over a trivial mistake that is at least
50% your (and by "your," I mean the both of you) fault. C'est la vie. *shrug*