I was honored to participate in the elections for moderation in MO 2022 , but I am sorry to say that my candidacy was withdrawn today without any convincing reason, frankly, I did not find it convincing .
My question is :Do my comments freely and respectfully on a question that has been asked lead to withdrawing my candidacy from the elections? The gaven reason of withdrawn from election were the answer and comments with MO users on this question: A community-specific question asked in both previous elections was: Do you think women are underrepresented in the MO community compared to the mathematical community as a whole? Is this a problem for MO? If so, what would you do about it as a moderator?
My goal in this question is to gain experience to participate in the upcoming elections, And my main purpose remains to participate in the development and service of the site, Namely ,MO more and more.
Moderator message Hello, We're writing in reference to your MathOverflow account:
We'd like to thank you for your nomination in the MathOverflow Moderator Election, and for your diligence in answering questions posed by the community in our Q&A for nominees as well as further questions from the community.
However, we must remind you that several of the opinions you have expressed in your nomination regarding women run counter to the values and Code of Conduct of MathOverflow.
Such statements as
I do not think that the feminist side can be brought to this strict website unless its strictness is removed and it turns into an emotional site.
from your nomination, or
Of course, women can be discouraged by the simplest things, and this is because of their nature. The thing that I noticed in the strictness of this site. I do not think that the female sex can bear this.
The female sex can be attracted to any scientific field by being soft and gentle in treatment, unlike the man who tolerates any strict scientific comment. The woman sees any strict scientific comment as something that discourages her. She cannot accept her scientific reality, her behavior is imaginary, emotional, she believes in emotional aspects, even in scientific fields, and this proves the lack of demand for this sex to such sites, especially the abstract sciences.
from your (since-deleted) comments here and here on the same post. So to does your (not-deleted) comment
I have deleted the comments that you think may offend this site, although I explained simply and objectively the reason for the displacement of the female sex from this respectable site, and that is through a simple psychological analysis of the nature of women. I said that women cannot tolerate discouraging comments in any field, even scientific fields.
Our Code of Conduct calls for:
No bigotry. We don’t tolerate any language likely to offend or alienate people based on race, gender, sexual orientation, or religion — and those are just a few examples. Use stated pronouns (when known). When in doubt, don't use language that might offend or alienate.
Your language cited above is likely to offend and alienate people based on gender. Generally such posts as these merit suspension on the main site. We recognize that the context in this case is slightly different, as these opinions were expressed in response to specific questions from others. Accordingly, we are not issuing a suspension in this particular case.
However, your comments run counter to the values of MathOverflow, where we strive to create an inclusive community free of discrimination based on factors such as gender. Your comments offend our values to such a degree that we have chosen to reject your candidacy in the moderator election.
Regards, MathOverflow Moderation Team, and MathOverflow Board