A user posted on Law Meta this question after learning that the activity levels on Law SE are pretty low. I posted my answer yesterday, and it was deleted/hidden & locked by Community few hours ago because "[i]t was flagged as spam or offensive content".
My answer cannot be considered spam, since it does not advertise any commercial services. Quite the contrary, it discourages the idea of resorting to SE's competitors. The answer contains several links, all of them being Law SE posts on which I support my answer.
The answer does address some users' (including a new Law SE moderator's) unfortunate propensity to downvote and close/VTC posts. Although I did not name the other [non-moderator] user who has that propensity, identifying him is trivial because his pattern of downvoting questions is evident from the multiple links I provided. But that user's pattern is not my answer's fault. For the record, by the time of getting locked & hidden, my answer had gotten two downvotes.
Although my answer might make the alluded users uncomfortable, there is nothing in it that can be reasonably considered "offensive", "rude", or "abusive" so as to get flagged, let alone suppressed. The fact that someone gets uncomfortable by the objectively verifiable arguments in an answer does not imply that the answer is offensive.
It is ironic and shady that my answer on Law Meta promotes being more welcoming to the audience and yet it gets flagged (of course, from the comfort zone of anonymity).