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8-21-2011 @ 10:33PM
A friend of mine observed that, in-game, there are far more troll men than women, and that this gender disparity may be the reason that trollish culture tends to be so violent. It would also have some other ramifications, particularly regarding gender roles, though they could take many forms. Anyway, it's another potential element to incorporate into RP.
8-22-2011 @ 9:37AM
I think Darkspear culture as a whole is probably the only troll tribe that would be moving away from the sexism that's rampant in the other troll tribes. I'm sure the orcish influence and pressure has something to do with that. Remember Darkspears have only been a part of the Horde for less than a decade...and the idea that their females are equal to the men and should be given the same rights and opportunities as the men is a notion that I imagine would die hard with some of the old timers xD Darkspear women I believe are demanding their place next to the men, as they should! But it doesn't mean troll culture as a whole agrees with this thinking. I mean, look at the Bloodscalps, Skullsplitters and Gurubashi of Stranglethorn! Go to their lands and you NEVER see women! They probably keep them hidden away barefoot and pregnant makin more warriors. lol Darkspears are the only civilized trolls.
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