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1-28-2011 @ 9:53AM
Good to see some conclusions and even better to see some happy endings!
1-28-2011 @ 10:44AM
Agreed. I'm a straight male that plays on Proudmoore on alts, and I must say it is the most wonderful, unified community I've ever come across in game. The fact that a large portion of the realm's population is LGBT never really crosses my mind. There are so many people there that are just supportive of each other and genuinely nice and caring.
1-28-2011 @ 3:47PM
See, I was wondering about that. I would like to be on a server where people follow the gospel of Bill and Ted, but I worried that I'd get flak for being... well... hetero.Wait. A place where people generally get along? I don't believe it. Next you'll be telling me your Trade chat doesn't have 'anal' spam and Chuck Norris jokes.
1-28-2011 @ 6:26PM
no anal spam or chuck norris jokes?It is the promised land!
1-28-2011 @ 7:32PM
@JustPlainJim: Sadly, we still have anal spam and Chuck Norris jokes on Proudmoore trade. Nobody's perfect.I will say though that you're very unlikely to get razzed for being straight there. We have tons of awesome heteros around and everyone gets along pretty fine. There are a handful of really immature/younger LGBT that will toss around breeder insults but they're a distinct minority and usually get schooled when they start in with that. But we aren't *just* the LGBT server, the other thing we're known for is having a very large Australian community as well, due to the fact that before there were Oceanic servers, that's where they decided to roll. It's an extremely diverse server with more of an international flavor than most US servers. Unless you show up with a huge chip on your shoulder about LGBT people or Aussies, you should be fine. In short: don't be afraid to roll on Proudmoore if you're straight. We're perfectly tolerant of your lifestyle. ;) (Unless you're Alliance. Alliance is full!)
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