Lots of people discover the forum through the excellent breasts thread. It causes the forum to be rated pretty high on searches for "breasts". Making it private would be counter-productive and a pain in the ass. Why should we make it harder for everyone else, maybe someone new, to get to the threads, and make more work for mods who don't get paid, instead of you just not clicking what you don't want to see?
This is a stupid idea.
Metasearch argument. At least that's better than the other bs you've tried to argue. But it's still bs. I'm not sure what search you are using but I didn't see freetalklive on Google, Bing, or Ixqwick within top ten pages any of their searches for "breasts."
The pain in the ass part is bs, especially considering the light traffic here and the seemingly constant mod presence (a private thread requires a mod to approve users and that would take all of about no time at all. Say you have a private section. Someone new says "What's in there" you say "It's lots of porn" he says "Can I get in on that?" You say "sure")
Making it harder to get to "the threads" is a bit odd. If people are coming here for porn I guess I don't get it. I came here because I am liberty oriented and like the show. If I joined and you had a private section and I wanted in on it I'd ask. I think you are just mad that I singled you out, and I did and I apologize. You are by and far the heaviest poster of the stuff I don't care to see. And that again comes around to the other argument:
Don't click on links. You are in la-la land. Recent posts is the best thing possible for a super light traffic place like this. It's like the ultimate built in RSS feed for a message board. I have used them on other sites successfully, and thought I'd make a suggestion that would make this one more accessible to those who aren't interested in your naughtier posts. The easy way (ignoring you) doesn't work either. I can't seem to make the board ignore your posts and just let me look at everything else. That would be excellent, but apparently it's broken.