Well, I have replied to the admin thus:
Per Facebook copyright restrictions in my country, photos of an individual are the sole copyright of that individual. I am unsure what country you are posting from and if those same rules apply there, but from my end, that is what facebook reads.
I cannot personally do any more than what I have already asked. I have asked you, as the admin of the blog many of the images have been originally posted on, to stop posting and it is your right not to. However, it is also the right of the persons appearing in the photos you have on the page to appeal to have them removed. The persons in question do indeed understand that their published images go publicly on my blog, but they also do so with the understanding that they may ask me to remove those images at any time. They also understand that, should those images be posted elsewhere, that it is not the fault of any admins of my blog, but that it is also their right to follow any procedures pertinent to the site in question to have the photo taken down. At this juncture it is up to the individuals who appear on your page to report the posts wherein their photos appear. It is up to those individuals whether they believe the comments are inherently offensive. I believe so, but it is their property and their image in the end.
As for the nature of the writing, there is nothing on the page that dictates that the comments made are not the opinions of the page admins, nor that it is at all satirical. Although satirical writing usually does not designate within the text that it is not literal, most satire is clear within a few sentences. If you work is indeed satirical, I suggest some practice. Thus far, your work is not terribly effective. May I suggest some Swift for further reading?
I also am not going to be falsely polite with you. I honestly do not care at all if you have a good day. I also think that if your idea of a reasonable conclusion is for me to agree with you, I refuse to do so. I am upset with your invading of our safe space on our blog and have acted as I chose fit to have the offensive content removed.
And I have also temporarily suspended all queued posts. I am wondering, per the admin’s suggestion, if we should indeed start watermarking photos to prevent this happening. I understand that some are already watermarked by the cosplayer, but not all are. Just for a quick poll, how do folks feel about that? To watermark or not to watermark? Just leave comments below. Sorry for the slight spam and thanks again for everyone’s help.