It really needs to do something about the BNBR policy. It’s far too subjective and open to abuse. I have just recently found it absolutely impossible to get a straight answer about how something I posted violated this policy. Some people are way too thin-skinned, and seem to view almost any kind of dissent as “not nice”.
They should also be more transparent about how the adjudication of the rule is undertaken: Is it a panel who ultimately decides if someone is banned or just one person; who is doing the reporting? I realize this is a privately owned website, but it wouldn’t hurt to take a page from real law and make reporters public. How do we know the reporter doesn’t just have a “hard-on” for people of a particular political or religious bent?
Grow up. Sometimes, a good answer might be a little uncomfortable to hear; guess what? Life’s hard. I am personally very reticent about reporting either questions or answers, mainly because I value spirited discussion and I am grown up enough to shake the dust off my feet and move on if someone gets personal or a little nasty. I am also perfectly willing to face those whom I do report without resorting to the cover of anonymity. Quora is more than welcome to publish every instance of reporting I have taken.