SlimVirgin, who has been quite involved in the fuss over Cirt's expansion of Santorum (neologism)
, has cottoned on to Cirt's creation of overly promotional articles on Dan Savage's books. She has opened up a discussion
on Cirt's talk page:
Hi Cirt, I have a concern about your editing.
On AN/I on May 27, in response to complaints about the interaction between yourself and Jayen, I asked him to consider not filing an RfC on you until some of the heat had died from the situation, because it seemed you were feeling embattled.  In return you agreed to take on board the criticism that you seem to edit too much to further what might be personal interests. 
Now I see on your talk page that you had two DYKs on June 5 for articles you created or expanded about Dan Savage.   Savage is the writer who began the neologism campaign against Rick Santorum that you recently expanded the article on, taking it from 1,500 words to over 5,000. You also created Dan Savage bibliography, and three templates to which you added the neologism: Template:Dan Savage, Template:Political neologisms, and Template:Sexual slang. It was this editing, in part, that lay behind the AN/I concerns.
On May 29—after the AN/I discussion—you proposed a third DYK related to Savage,  on May 30 a fourth,  on June 1 a fifth,  and today a sixth. 
I'm confused about this, and would appreciate an explanation. SlimVirgin TALK|CONTRIBS 05:55, 6 June 2011 (UTC)
Cirt withdrew their DYK proposals, which started a discussion
at on the DYK talk page and a series of in again out again edits. This promises to be interesting.