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4-16-2010 @ 5:10PM
@ Robin: Honestly, I probably wouldn't have changed a whole lot--it doesn't sound like there's been loot drama in the guild so far, so I don't think it needs to be brought up.About the only thing I would have added would have been an emphasis on respecting the couple's privacy and their comfort zone about being open. I'm really not comfortable with the idea of outing a gay couple to a mostly-straight guild without their permission, even in the service of full disclosure to prevent loot drama. All it takes is one person being hostile about something like that to completely poison a guild atmosphere for everybody involved. I would really suggest the letter writer talk to the dudes in question and get their feelings on the matter before doing anything. They may not have disclosed because they feel like it's no one else's business or that it doesn't really make a difference to their presence/contributions in the guild, or even that they just haven't gotten around to it yet. Or they may not be out because they're terrified of people finding out. That's why I think it's important to talk to them before opening that can of worms.
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