When you got banned: 18-04-20 17:19 PDT
Why you got banned:I was recommended by my friends to take a look at this sever as I do a little bit of freestyle and I wanted to see what other people's freestyles were like who are not from the U.K ( as I am from the U.K ). As soon as I join the server, I liked what I heard, people enjoying themselves free styling. However, as I just opened my mic I instantaneously got banned. I looked on the website for the reason, and the reason was simply 'Nah'. When I first got banned, it was for a year, and now it is permanent. I think I got banned for my name being chinks, however, being a Chinese male myself who has faced adversity growing up, having the username chinks is more of me embracing the fact that I am Chinese
Permanent Steam Profile URL: http://steamcommunity.com/id/Chinks1085/
What was the situation before you got banned: Nothing, pretty much as soon as I joined, I got banned. Nothing was even said to me.
Who banned you: .XED.
Are you in the wrong or in the right: I believe that I am not in the wrong. I wouldn't be able to say that I am right due to the fact that this isn't a matter of opinion. It is a matter of someone trying to embrace their own identity and being punished by it.
If punishment is deserved provide an alternative you would like that you yourself think is fair.
> This punishment of a perma ban is not fair at all, I'd understand a day ban however permanent is just pathetic. Looking at the ban logs .XED. is inconsistent.
For example, someone got banned for 'f' and got a day ban, all the others? perma bans.
PS. My ban has been changed. I can testify that the reason was nah. The fact that I cant embrace my own identity and upcoming is appalling. Usually I wouldn't waste my time doing something like this, but it needs to be noticed and acted upon. I've had numerous other ways to sort this, however I'm choosing the civil one.