I just want to counter a thread that was recently posted, claiming NoFap mods are corrupt. I'm not responding to that post because I don't want to get entangled in that and I want to create a space where others, if they want to, can share positive experiences. I have actually never had a bad experience with any of the mods and I've always appreciated what they've done when they do need to step in. Plus, even if I did ever disagree with them, I understand that these are volunteers with lives outside NoFap. They're making the best judgement calls on following the rules as they can. I've served as a mod of an online group before, and let me tell you, it's not an easy position to be in. In the more than two months since I joined NoFap I've appreciated the free resource very much. More than I can adequately describe, in fact. And in the few times when people have made rude, mean or offensive comments, the team has handled it well. I very much applicate that they work to make sure that NoFap is a safe, supportive and nonjudgemental space for all users, whether male or female, addicts or SOs, young or more mature in years. My personal take on what to do when a thread turns mean or offensive or comments start being made that are way off the track of what the OP (original poster) was talking about, is to use the report button. The mods can't be everywhere at once, and in my experience, responding to idiocy only results in more idiocy. So I report and let the mods take it from there. @alexander, @NoBrainer, @matthewmammothrept, @Yesodi, @TheWife, @giggleshmack and other staff members, thank you for what you do. Don't let the loud voices of the few make you feel like it's a majority opinion.