Beyond posting style and sharing

We do not mind you sharing relevant news stories and links but we’re not her to advertise Female forum and any other site you feel free,
especially considering that your posts here are mostly exact copies of what you’ve posted elsewhere.

If you want to be an individual and share here that is fine.
If you are just going to copy/paste the same things you do elsewhere, please don’t bother.

Hmm all interesting, okay, understandable, and WOW.  I for one I’m torn on this particular issue.  I mean that also goes for your competition off of here with another chats, discussions, and forums.  At the same time have decided to leave BF (Broken Forums) and couple of more that I belong to.  Basically, theres hardly activity on there and especially from the owner/s, admin/s, and mod/s on them.  At the same time I’m going share this along with quote because to me its worth it in the long run.

Since I originally posted this on here, have since decided to post on there as well.  Heres the link to it, I mean with my response back to them more than anything else.

And in the complete interest of transparency, I’m the individual who sent her that PM.

Again, if you want to be an individual and a member here, we would love to have you, but you seem to be all about hashtags and copy/paste the same things at several forums, and quite a few of the things you’ve posted make absolutely no sense to anyone who is a member here.

And to add to this, it is a Supermod at this forum and I am one of the Administrators.

We interact with and reply to posts that members make on a regular basis but in order to do this, the posts must make some sense to us and the rest of the members here. This is why we really do not wish to have you copy/pasting everything you post in other venues here as they do not make sense to the members of this forum.

If you have something interesting to share as an individual, you are welcome to post it here but please try to take the intended audience at this forum into account.



Dear Whomever this may concerns,

Again, I still feel the same way as I did before all of this. In which hardly experience anymore because they pretty much get me and beyond. Still I’m going to be sharing all of this, but don’t worry I’m going to be with holding the names, but not your titles. To me its still very important to post no matter what.

Back yet again with yet more updates from them.

vBulletin Message You have been banned for the following reason:

Happy trails…

Date the ban will be lifted: Never

After that I logged out to see whats the response/s to my final message there.  Heres what I got and its what I expected from them.

It doesn’t matter whether you withhold our names if you post a link to this thread in your other posts.

[Click and drag to move]

You are now banned. Have a nice life.

Yours Truly,

Supermod (way beyond fed up with waybeyondfedup)

In which all I have say about all of this are phew and beyond. At the same time all of the front, size, and color of all thats I quoted here.


Dear Whomever this may concerns,

Even through I know this old, but still is relevant.  Especially with all (posting/re, replies/ing, and beyond that) of what I went through with this.  At the same time have no whatsoever clue on whatever happened to this.  I for one have already posted/replied about this at that time (well its within the yr of it).

By on Sat, 01/26/2013 – 5:49pm

A Sharon obstetrician yesterday filed suit against an Illinois blogger with whom she’s been engaged in an increasingly nasty flamewar over home births.

In her suit, filed in US District Court in Boston, Dr. Amy Tuteur of the Skeptical OB, charges that Gina Crosley-Corcoran, who writes the Feminist Breeder, is abusing a federal online copyright law to try to shut her down.

Tuteur, a former professor at Harvard Medical School, says she uses her blog in part to wage war on proponents of home birthing:

Having seen thousands of births and the serious risks posed to both mother and baby, especially when such births are deliberately performed at home rather than a hospital, Dr. Amy writes for The Skeptical OB to “tell the truth about and expose the lies of self-proclaimed homebirth ‘midwives’, and to protect babies who don’t have to die.”

That’s drawn the ire of Crosley-Corcoran, who railed against Tuteur and who last month posted a selfie showing her giving Tuteur the finger.

When Tuteur posted a copy of the photo to slice into Crosley-Corcoran (photo since removed), she charges, Crosley-Corcoran sic’ed her lawyer on her, seeking money for using the photo and then, when that didn’t work, began using the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to get Tuteur’s Web hosts to take her blog site down for allegedly violating her copyright by using a copy of the finger photo.

In a post in which she calls Tuteur a terrorist and compares her to the Westboro Baptist Church, Crosley-Corcoran writes:

She could owe me statutory damages, but because I’m a fair and reasonable human being, my attorney and I felt it was best to discuss a non-monetary settlement with Amy and her lawyer. I’m not looking to be greedy – I simply wanted a resolution. In exchange for me not pursuing the damages, we wanted Amy to agree to stop personally attacking me. It was that simple.

For any reasonable person, this settlement would have been a no-brainer. I was paying her an undeserved kindness by offering her the chance to simply stop badgering me in exchange for the great deal of money that a judge could make her pay me for trying to profit from my copyrighted work.

Then, Tuteur charges, “posts by Crosley-Corcoran on The Feminist Breeder’s Facebook page reveal that Crosley-Corcoran has, upon information and belief, been working on a plan to interfere with Dr. Amy’s relationship with her website host,” by issuing bogus “takedown” claims under the DMCA.

Tuteur seeks an injunction against any lawsuit related to “the Finger Photograph,” plus monetary damages.

Think thats it for now.

Thank you, again, in advance.

Yours truly,
Jessica A Bruno (waybeyondfedup)