I had no intention of adding to Kate's post, as I think she covered the issue very well, but unfortunately there has been a new development which demands a strong response. In the course of their modding duties, one of the mods found a PM sent to the anonymous St Hild's log-in (used, for those who might not know, by people who feel they should post their troubles anonymously) which included the following lines:
You are right when you say that you are wrong to do what you do and you should stop, and that you won't be forgiven unless you repent.
And that's the problem with feelings - I feel this, you feel that, someone else feels something else and there is no absolute right or wrong. But that isn't true. It is the Lord Who tells us what's right and wrong (which is why you're so confused, because He is speaking to you and telling you the truth).
I would hope that everyone would be as shocked by this as I was. This is not a website predicated on any religion, and I will not have members sitting in moral judgement on each other (on behalf of God or anyone else).
Now, I am sure that this is a fairly isolated incident, but I would like to make my (and Kate's, and the mods') position very clear: this will not be tolerated. From this point, anyone who is found to distress another member (or guest) by making these sort of explicitly judgemental posts/PMs will have the matter raised in the staff room and, following discussion and depending on the context, may be suspended or banned from the board.
If you receive anything like this, which you feel is inappropriate (sorry, I know it's hard to define something like this!), please let one of the mods know.