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12-01-2009 @ 3:40PM
I was debating on posting my comment and almost decided against it because I wasn't sure how it sounded. Since you bring it up, though:--------If your only goal is to avoid drama or offensive /g-chat, then "respect eachother" would seem to be a better rule than simply "be female."Once you start disallowing respectful males whom you enjoy playing with (such as guildies' husbands and siblings), the all female thing ceases to be a rational protection against bad behavior and becomes nothing more than a gimmick.This is not to say that gimmick guilds are wrong, of course...if someone wants to make a guild that only allows dwarf rogues or people who listen to Imogen Heap, I think that's awesome. This male and female only brother/sister thing is awesome, too, for those that enjoy it.I just think it should be seen for what it is...a neat little gimmick. Say that you made an all female guild because you think it's cool...not because males automatically ruin guilds or something.Hopefully what I'm saying made sense. I'm not trying to down the guild or anything. Eh...I'm just gonna go sit in the corner...
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