Every piece of opinion is respected. And more importantly they should be respectful. Lambie's comment as it first appeared, if memory serves, was "Your words are all literary. Very funny." I flagged it as this is not the first time the said user criticizes my answers/comments. I welcomed some of their criticisms, but disputed some as they are getting progressively more harsh and difficult to take.
Sadly, my flags have been declined and the next thing I saw is J.R. comes out in full support. While it is true that Lambie has edited their comment with actually content, but the initial aggressiveness is still there in their comments, live and kicking. "Yours are all literary." But how is raspy and husky literary? How is this comment accurate and not biased? Unfortunately I feel like this is a moment when the diamond adds undue authoritativeness to.
I am not saying J.R. didn't make a valid point. But glossing over or even giving approval to the aggressive tone in comments endorses and, if the comments stick, perpetuates it.
On the one point that Lambie made in their second comment which J.R. supports: I was making a point with my comments in response to their objection to the word "husky". IMHO husk has at least two polysemous adjectives. It is my opinion that one (of voice) has been influenced by the other (of men's physique). To say, "She has a husky voice" as in She sounds like men may be a valid usage, but it in no way detracts from the validity of "I have a husky voice from a cold/the protest." See the examples I have found on YouTube after hearing Lambie's later added objection. It seems to me that while I strive to respect every comment directed at me, critical or otherwise, my opinions are laughed at, dismissed, and declined.
I don't even understand why recently I find more than once myself embroiled in dispute with this single user. It is a sad thing.
If this is how moderation works (as in taking non-action towards aggressiveness), ... (lost for words)
Forgot to mention this is a phrase/word request question. As far as I can remember, phrase/word request questions always attract various words/phrases coming from different angles, and rightly so because usually the OP is looking for variety. I could heap examples where every answer is respected, with occasional respectful discussions. I don't know how "Oh your word is too literary" "Oh this word is not for learners" and "Your answer is very funny" comments are constructive in these questions.
Oh, almost forgot the said user's comment to another of my answers the other day. I can't remember their wording exactly but it was along the lines of "What a thought. Haha. Wrong!"