Never knew CNET was a homophobic company
AT least for me, DAK is the best of the moderators it (and I use it because I don't know if it is male or female) is willing to work with you to correct the problem.
From my point I never realized CNET was such an sexist company. Anything associated with Homosexual is ban almost automatically. I mentioned how in person Wilson is a hottie and that I would like to see a Gay Day with the papi chulo's of cnet. I got banned instantly. I was told that cnet is a family friendly place and that my behavior was in appropriate, oh by the way I mentioned I had seen Wilson at a bar, and someone asked me something about the bar bathroom and I said you walk into a bathroom, you look straight, do your business, washup and leave. Mind you another person said oh take a look. one of the moderators then starts attacking me, so of course I defend myself, then he said it's not to be discussed in the room, I private message him, we discuss it, sort of calm down then comes another one and bans me out of no where. By the way they said I PM people without asking, mind you I'm barely on the chat and I never even know how to PM anyone, I took a guess and was able to PM the moderator I spoke with and he said I was making gay people uncomfortable.
It's why I decided to stop viewing the CNET shows, and I will tell others to stop as well. I had turned allot of friends onto the shows, and they have some good shows, but I can not in sound mind support a company that's homophobic. I wish them the best.
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