See, on my parent site, what's ''opinion based'' is much more rigorously defined than here on Academia.
How is this not a possible case of 'flagging for moderator attention, because answers will be primarily opinion based'?
A meta analysis of lots of the sexual harassment guidelines across a lot of universities would also be a truly great answer.
That said, most of our questions are answered based on personal experience. To me relating personal experience is not the same as giving an opinion.
It is a fine line, but we manage to walk it pretty well. It is amazing how many seemingly opinion based questions really only have one or two dominate opinions. The questions that generate multiple opinions are often the most informative and generally are caused by a difference in understanding of the question.
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