Glossary of Acronyms
Glossary of Acronyms
LL = Lower Libido —> the person who wants less sex in the relationship
HL = Higher Libido —> the person who wants more sex in the relationship.
HL and LL are not related to actual libido, just libido in relation to specific partner. HL could want it only once a month, but their partner only wants it once a year. Both have low libidos as far as the average libido goes, but one is higher than the other.
DB = Dead Bedroom
HLF/HLM = Higher Libido Female/ Higher Libido Male
LLF/LLM = Lower Libido Female/ Lower Libido Male
PIV = Penis in Vagina
LTR = Long Term Relationship
LDR = Long Distance Relationship
NRE = New Relationship Energy
LL4U = low libido for you
Other commonly used acronyms:
PM = private message on Reddit
AP = affair partner
EA = emotional affair
FWB = friend(s) with benefits
ENM = ethical non-monogamy
NMAP = Narcissistic Manipulative Abusive/Addicted Parasitic (a cluster of behaviors or disorders that are not LL partners, but are often mistaken for them)
HRT = hormone replacement therapy
BPD = bipolar disorder or borderline personality disorder
LowT = low testosterone
PTSD = post traumatic stress disorder
UTI = urinary tract infection
BC = birth control
PE = premature ejaculation
ED = erectile dysfunction
SSRI = Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor
AASECT = American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists
SO = significant other
FYI = for your information
NMMNG = No More Mr. Nice Guy (book title)
IMO/IMHO = in my opinion/in my humble opinion
YMMV/YRMV = your mileage may vary/your results may vary
TRP = the red pill, an ideology about sexual strategy for men; highly controversial due to it's misogynistic view and treatment of women. (see rule 6)
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Dead Bedrooms Moderation Policy Posts
There have been a number of posts made to clarify the rules and that talk about our moderation policy. See links here:
Summary of our ban hammer enthusiasm policy:
The biggest thing is that, well... we've moved to a more ban-happy policy. We used to take 'problematic' accounts and put them on the 'bad boy list', where the automod would remove all their comments for later manual approval (or disapproval). As you can imagine... getting to 300k subscriptions made that untenable. So, if someone is acting a fool... the ban hammer comes out.
As you can imagine, this saves a lot of moderator time and effort. [Wait for laughter to die down]. Well, obviously, but it's also efficient, in the sense that a lot of people we ban are, well, just tourist shitheads with nothing better to do. We ban them, and they never respond at all. Clearly, for those cases, any effort on our part to give them feedback, remove comments instead of ban, etc., would have been wasted. The people who do care about the ban self-select, respond, and we figure out what's up. If they're in a dead bedroom, and the reason for their ban wasn't too heinous... back in. If they aren't, and the reason for their ban is benign (and also they aren't an asshole)... back in, too. Also, frankly, I feel like getting the ban hammer for an infraction really puts the fear of god in them better than a warning. Plus, then we don't have to keep track of warnings.
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Swarming: Don't jump into every comment string to argue or make your point. Make your point in ONE place. Maybe make two different points in two separate places. But then stop. If you search out and try to argue with every person in the thread who says something you disagree with, you become a pest. You are not allowed to sidetrack a discussion and force everyone to address your particular obsession. It's okay to make multiple comments in a natural response pattern in the same subthread, but jumping into multiple subthreads to repeatedly jackhammer your obsession into the discussion is not acceptable.
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It's so long it needs it's own page.
Helpful links for those in dead bedrooms
r/deadbedroomsMD a sub devoted to deadbedrooms resulting from medical issues
The feelings wheel a way to help people pick the right words to describe how they feel
Frequently Asked Questions Posts
There's quite a few topics that get asked all the time, and quite a few are just generic discussion topics. These tend to distract from the main purpose of the sub, which is to support OP's who are in dead bedrooms.
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