Yeah, I just had a forum mod close a thread of mine because I made a joke that people were taking the wrong way. I didn't know why it was offensive until it was pointed out to me.* Now I feel stupid and now the thread can die without me wondering how many more people will call me a judgmental ass over it.
And I did apologize for the unintended offense I caused before the thread got closed. I wanted it known I realized where I was wrong to keep people from thinking I had it closed due to "butthurt."
*I seriously did not know there is such a thing as "slut shaming" or that I was doing it. I feel so horrible now.
Well you shouldn't feel bad for saying something that you didn't know was offensive. If you had the intent of offending or hurting someone when you posted it (which it looks like you didn't), then you would have the right to feel bad. But you had no idea about "slut shaming" or that people would get hurt, so there isn't a need to feel guilty.
A lot of people are stupid immature jerks. I might be semi-stupid and immautre, but then from there I'm two faced - I can be sort of a jerk, but more in the way of not taking things seriously or being oblivious, or I can be very nice & supporting... Rather confusing, actually.
Yeah, my very first complaint got "attacked" like this. I mean, I expected some comments (not really), but half of them were critically harsh. I'm just complaining and getting something off my chest. Then there's the other half that actually help out. Where is that side of dA?
Precisely! Like I said, I knew I was going to get rude comments, because that's what comes with posting in the complaints section. But I feel like this is a place for people to do exactly that, rant and complain, and the fact that people attack one another for doing only what most human beings need every once in a while truly shocks me.
"You know what I'm gonna do today? I'm gonna go on the forums and comment on people's complaints and insult them. YEAH! That sounds like a fuckin' great time!" Seriously? Is this what goes through some people's heads?
Some times but not often, learn to use paragraphs.
I never said to stop hating. I said to try and keep stupid comments to yourself because you never know what the consequences could be. I don't really think anyone would get all that hurt because I said I don't like memes. And even if they did, I said in the post that I need to work on keeping things to myself as well.
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If a rude comment is hard to ignore, try to not take it too seriously, shrug it off and laugh. They want you to get upset. But if you don't show any signs of getting hurt or upset, they will stop.
Some try to make me feel bad if I accidently use the wrong grammar in English or use a word wrong. But when I explain that English is not my first language and that grammatical errors every now and then is nothing unusual, they have nothing more to say. (I find it incredibly amusing how some decide to attack MY grammar, when there are THOUSANDS of people with English as their first language who can't even tell the difference between "there" and "they're", "who's" and "whose" e.t.c.)
Totally agree. My grammar might not always be the best, but at least people can read my comments. If someone's grammar is so bad that you can't read it, then it's understandable if people go "yo biatch, I can't understand what you're saying, speak English, dangit!" but if it's only a few minor mistakes and you can still read it, then why bother being an ass?