Downvotes without comments can give the wrong impression. The reason on this site for downvotes is varied. One does not agree to the answer. One does not understand it. Others may not understand it. It doesnt answer the question exactly. There is a better answer. I am sure there are many more. My question is that downvotes which are not for the first reason that one doesnt agree with the answer can give the wrong impression that the downvoter thinks the answer is wrong halachically or if not wrong not too bad if done. So at least he should mention in a comment that he agrees with it but has downvoted it for other reasons if he doesnt give them.
In a recent answer of mine containing both English and Hebrew I included in the English that pre-marital sex was wrong. As it happens that was almost the main part. This was downvoted with no reason given. Since then a girl has written a comment providing her website where she almost prides herself with pre-marital sex and certainly thinks its muttar the way she does it by going to the mikva first. This comment is still there for others to follow in her footsteps.
Who knows how many others have also reached the wrong impression from your downvote. Instead of forcefully saying in a comment that it was totally wrong to have pre-marital sex and dissuading others from having it, the opposite has occurred. A heter has been given on condition one went to the mikva first.This can still be rectified if you can bring yourselves to agree with what I am saying which can be very difficult.
(If a girl practicing pre marital sex and has a blog allowing it and even teaching others how to do it by telling them how to go to mikva pretending to be married. This blog should not be allowed to be linked or mentioned on here. In other words her blog name has to be deleted.)
I have written on her post but since it is moderated it is unlikely to be approved.
What change I want:
A downvote on a halacha for whatever reason, has to have a comment saying that they agree with what is written meaning the halacha but they have downvoted for other reasons.