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4-02-2011 @ 10:18PM
"Admit it: You thought the person behind the curtain at El's Extreme Anglin', the web's preeminent World of Warcraft fishing resource, was female, didn't you?"Well no, I assume everyone in WoW's a guy unless I hear them in Vent. Fantastic site though, it's helped me a bunch.
4-03-2011 @ 9:59AM
Pft, you don't need Vent to tell. It's pretty easy.Women online tend to act like women.Wo"men" online tend to act like men who are pretending to be women.The difference really isn't that subtle. If it's running around going "teehee" and flirting with everything it can and going "whoops, sorry I wiped, it was because I'm a girl, teehee, and you can't get angry at me because I'm all cute and I flirted with you." That's a guy.Actual women who play WoW, with few exceptions, want to play on their own enjoyment, their own merit, and build friendships with other players... not whore their way to epics.
4-03-2011 @ 10:10AM
Actually for that matter, it's reasonably easy to identify the transsexual woman too, at least the ones who are pre-transition. They tend to be an awkward mixture of both -- a bit of trying too hard out of a desperate desire to have their gender acknowledged in a way that it is not yet acknowledge in real life. They tend to overcompensate and come off as awkwardly excessively feminine.On the other hand, I've never been able to identify a transsexual who was over 2 years full time unless they told me outright. Two years real life full time is about how long it takes to get past that awkward overcompensating stage for most women, and they start to relax and be themselves.Respect. There is no reason not to give it.
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