I mean, that could be a reason.The 'strange' rules are because the operators of these types of websites are usually from countries where the culture of women is a lot different to the UK.
So what they're saying is technically correct for them -- they just don't see how women would or could ever be like that.
But it doesn't really make sense given the platform is being used by men in the UK. So surely the operators that use them will be (or should be) instructed to mimic that of a woman in the UK.
I was part of the Australian platform for a while and I was advised through guidance/rules to be more how Australians would be. So it makes sense that they would apply the same when dealing with chat to portray UK women. If that makes sense?
Tailoring the rules to suit the operators and where they are most likely signing in from isn't the businesses priority. It isn't their objective. Their goal is to get men to use the service and to remain chatting. Without them they don't have a business. So it doesn't make sense that the rules in place are geared towards the operators signing in.
You could be right. But for me there are a couple of questions in your theory.
For me, I think some of the rules are for legal reasons (which I understand). But others I think are just to portray the stepford wife woman. Because portraying that kind of woman will make (generally) the male using the service feel good about himself and so keep using the service. If I was to respond to a man who had called me a 'cunt' (which has happened many times) in real life then it wouldn't be anywhere near the kind of response I give when replying to him in chat.
In real life if a man called me a 'cunt' then I would tell him where to go and be on my way. I wouldn't let him speak to me that way.
In this chat service I have to accept what he calls me, beg him to give me more time/chances and stroke his ego to make him stick around.
I get it isn't a personal attack on me when a guy in the chat is a douche. But in my opinion the responses we are trained to give back just aren't realistic to what the majority of UK women would be like in real life. So my only conclusion of why we are instructed to keep things nicey nice and accept all the bullshit is just for the sole reason of keeping the men happy in order to keep them chatting.
Which I get. I do get it's a business. But ive noticed an increase in the number of men using the service becoming skeptical of it an commenting on how similar responses of women are. And I think that is down to the restrictive rules in place.
But, it's not my business to run. I believe it is all on borrowed time. But I plan on using it to make extra income for aslong as I can.