I agree that the admin has the right to freely express himself as he wishes, but I don't think when the reader feels uncomfortable, it is the reader's choice. The intent can sometimes be to make others uncomfortable, like to me also sometimes it seems as if the intent is to "teach them a lesson". OK, I may see that, because I have that in myself, but it will be the case only if the admin was a perfect mirror and not a person with one's own independent challenges. In such case it is good to voice our feelings, because it was said by Avyakt BapDada that the proof of our love will be that we don't tolerate the shortcomings in the ones we love. So, I think if someone tries to force his shortcomings to others, to protest is good. Maybe in cases where it is not clear where the problem lies, more members could be invited to share their views and if many of them share the same opinion, the concerned party will have to think about it.but if one tries to APPRECIATE the exact intent behind the usage, one may be motivated to adjust accordingly to a definite advantage. One always has the option to copy and paste same in a 'word file' and change the appearance to suit their personal temperament, if they still desire to peruse same; OR one ALSO HAS THE COMPLETE FREEDOM TO IGNORE SAME TOTALLY!!!
Hence the question of FORCING anyone DOES NOT ARISE AT ALL!!! However, an innocent individual who feels COMPELLED to peruse same, owing to one's INHERENT proclivities ('sanskars'), and then finds the contents to be UNCOMFORTABLE, UNAPPEALING, DISTASTEFUL or even OFFENSIVE, may sometimes be INCLINED to BLAME the communicator for being COMPULSIVE, rather than trying to COMPREHEND the intricacies of one's OWN COMPULSIVE energy within, which inadvertently DRIVES the individual into such controversy UNNECESSARILY & WASTEFULLY!
The remark about the points that will help us increase our purity is also not about ignoring, but that the agenda does not seem to be as the stated one.