Sorry, couldn't help it. ^
The current guidelines are as follows for user conduct: You may not post obscene, degrading, harassing or humiliating User Content on the Site. You may not post or transmit any false, defamatory, abusive, threatening or illegal User Content or User Content that infringes on the rights of others or the ability of others to enjoy this website. We have the right to determine, in our sole discretion, whether User Content violates these restrictions or is otherwise unfit for this website. We have the sole right to delete any such User Content that you upload. Users who violate any rules of conduct may be prohibited from creating new user accounts.
It needs to be more specific in regards to the protection of site members against flaming, blatant attacks, false accusations, UNDISCLOSED ALTERNATE ACCOUNTS, and so forth:
You may not. . . disrupt the normal flow of dialogue or otherwise act in a manner that negatively affects other users' ability to engage in real-time exchanges;
attack the character or damage the reputation of other users, name-call, insult, ridicule, mock, electronically stalk ( on or off-site ) or otherwise harass another user; use any member's name in a poem without their specific consent.
insult, attack, belittle, or ridicule the beliefs and life choices of other users;
collect or store personal data about other users;
engage in any activities that would violate the personal privacy rights of others, including but not limited to: interactions, whether publicly or privately as an undisclosed, alternate account; or, collecting and distributing information about other users without their permission, except as permitted by applicable law
I had a stalker a couple of years back from here who literally followed me on every social networking platform I was on, and even invaded one of my biggest client's social network pages, sending me messaged and posting to the pages. So am really passionate that needs to be clarified here.
In my case Webmiss did intervene after I provided screenshots; however, the member was allowed to remain a member. I think it needs to be stressed that any member engaging in such activity against another member should lose their membership privileges. It might prevent that type of behaviour from anyone considering it: male or female.
There's a start, anyway. Now what about a moderator's expectation and behaviour thread?