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Reporting devationsNo matter how big or small your group is you are bound to come across some site violations, because of this DeviantART provides a reporting tool, this article is to promote and explain how to report things that you think deviantART needs to be aware of.Reporting devations by BWPhotographry
Disclaimer - all views expressed in this article are mine and are not deviantART official thoughts and views if you need further clarification the help desk is always happy to answer your questions.
What happens when I think a deviation is breaking a rule?
First of all, make sure you have read and understood the terms of this site if you truly believe that a deviation is breaking a rule on deviantArt. Otherwise, the team at deviantArt can't do anything about that artwork. To help you understand, here are some useful help desk items:
How do we find the report button?
Now that we know for sure this deviation is breaking a rule, we jus
Not out of the woods: A silent epidemic persistsAs many of you know, I have struggled with lyme disease for a long time, having been in remission from chronic late stage Lyme and recently relapsing. I have decided at long last to make a concerted effort to spread the word about the disease in the best way I know how: bitching online!Not out of the woods: A silent epidemic persists by opioid
I'm going to give you the skinny on this nasty bug, as well as point you in the direction of more thorough, official information on the topic should you wish to learn more.
Lyme was only discovered in 1975 and was named for Lyme, Connecticut where a cluster outbreak was found and the disease is said to have "been discovered." The truth of the matter is that it's likely some form of Lyme disease (or Borreliosis as it is scientifically known) has existed for some time. It is in the same family of bacteria as syphilis, known as spirochetes and identifiable by their corkscrew shape. This cute little slinky of a microbe can be deadly, in part due to its screw-like form which renders it skilled at tunneling i