The question is quite simple: Do you think there needs to be efforts to get ABDLs more widely accepted by society, or do you think it should just remain largely an interest behind closed doors like it currently is?
In the past week there have been a few threads that are all starting to merge into similar things. Firstly there is the realization of the -18 bans thread which digressed into calls for wider social integration and campaigning to avoid the cause for having to make the split. I was very much struck by CharliePup's post countering all the calls, and thought it would be a better to discuss elsewhere to avoid derailing the original topic.
Then I found Marka's thread asking how we should go about achieving social acceptance. The topic has become a little muddled, some discussion has again veered towards whether we should be going down that route. Tiny's post echoes a remarkably similar sentiment to ChalriePup's post, and again asks the question "Why?" I agree this is relevant, but it's not the discussion Marka intended I don't think.
So that's what this thread is for: keep Marka's thread on how to go about acceptance (if it were to be a good idea), keep the -18 bans thread on the topic of what it means for the site, and move the discussion for whether we actually need more acceptance in here.