This page is for guidance on comments. It is not a comments page. Please note that comments to the Exit Euthanasia Blog are moderated. There may be a short delay before your comments are attended to. Additionally, please be aware of our Guidelines:
1. Comments on any Blog posts are welcome, both supportive and critical, for or against euthanasia and self-deliverance, but they should follow the tone of the post. Not all comments are published and the editor’s decision is final. ‘Blog posts’ means the dated posts on the main page, the one marked Home on the main toolbar. We don’t encourage you to post comments on this page or elsewhere, only comments on the Blog.
2. Comments should address the post in question, and add something to other readers’ experience. Comments that are not about the subject in the post or considered relevant may be deleted. If you are simply opposed to euthanasia, this is not the place to let off steam.
3. Exit Euthanasia Blog is not a discussion group, nor is it a place to ask for advice on methods of self-deliverance. Discussions are too onerous to monitor for legal appropriateness as well as responsible advice, and therefore we suggest that if you are interested in a discussion on euthanasia you consider one of the many right-to-die newsgroups that are not connected with Exit. Exit dies not offer one-to-one advice on suicide. Our focus is research and publication.
4. If you are looking for further information on methods of self-deliverance, please see our books and publications, or join Exit. Giving one-to-one advice online when we don’t know you is likely to be both irresponsible and in many cases illegal. Exit works within the law, both officially and unofficially! But although we do not provide one-to-one advice (except in group workshops), we are still considered the most extensive source of self-deliverance information and we urge you to consider our books. This is not something that can usually be answered in a quick email! Requests for advice disguised as comments are generally deleted.
5. The comments facility is not a place to give advice either! These are serious issues and we cannot be responsible for third party ‘suggestions’ so they will not be printed. Please see our literature for extensive coverage of the subjects concerned.
6. A comment about helium, for instance, should relate to a blog post about helium on a particular date, and that way it will get the widest audience from people searching the Blog for helium.
To post a comment, please click leave a comment at the bottom of that day’s Blog entry, rather than on this Editorial page.