I commit to adhere to the norms of online etiquette.
Subject Headings: As a courtesy for those viewing email in a public forum, please refrain from using sexually- or homosexually-related words in the subject headings.
ALL CAPS is generally viewed as yelling. Use sparingly.
Respect other people’s time. When you post to a discussion group, avoid posting frivolous content. While posts that foster community can be appropriate, please avoid light-minded posts that distract from others’ need/requests for support.
This is NOT just a group for men who experience SSA. While our Facebook groups tend to have many more men who experience SSA in them, there are women, those who experience gender dysphoria, male and female spouses, and fathers and mothers and other friends also present.
If you happen to be in the majority demographic as a man who experiences SSA, please remember that this group is made up of many different demographics and that some subjects may be better discussed in our email groups that are specific to men. In short, unless there is a topic you want your mom or someone else’s mom reading, don’t post it.
Review your message before you hit send. Although this is a confidential environment, once something has been posted, there is no way to retract it, so think carefully about the content of your message. Also, grammar and spelling errors make it difficult for your audience to read, so please re-read your messages before posting them.