Asked by Anonymous
I’ve thought a lot about this question and I certainly see your point. It sucks to see someone’s opinion, not like it, and can’t really respond to the actual poster. But what I mean when I said “problem” is that the community should be able to look at all opinions regardless of their unpopularity and possibly improve itself to prove the confession wrong. While I personally do not believe in the community team confession (if it weren’t for people over 22 the IQA would not exist) I think its important because it can help light a fire for current and future community team players. The point of this blog isn’t to only show the good or cute side of quidditch. The anonymity of these confessions allows us as a community to look at the comment instead of the person who said it. Because of this I would rather there be 100% negative than nothing at all.