I've critiqued 148 queries at QueryShark.blogspot.com. 143 are still available for people to read. Five elected to have their queries taken down after the critique. I didn't ask why, and didn't argue. And I don't think less of them for asking (an option available to everyone who submits work to the Shark.)
What I do is think more of the 143 people who have embraced the public critiques of their work: more still of the 100+ who have sent revisions; more still of the 50+ who've sent second revisions; and I'm frankly awed by the one has sent five revisions.
Revision happens most often in isolation. There are few ways to learn from other people, particularly people removed by geography or subject matter. To let us into that process, to see what works, what doesn't, and how you try and try again is a resource beyond value. Its only price is courage. A price I do not pay, nor do the readers. Only you, the writer, pays it.
You have my utmost respect. Never doubt it. Never forget it.