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8-28-2011 @ 3:36PM
I am a gay man that started a casual nights and weekends guild with 4 of my RL friends who are all also gay. When I started my guild thee of my friends wanted the guild to be gay only. I understood their reasoning with wanting to play with similar people to themselves, I mean that is how we make our friends right, through similarities? But alas we all have something in-common already, we all play WoW!I was very clear on my website's verbiage, "We are a gay friendly guild that is open to the LGBT community and anyone else that meets our guild standards."Our guild has about 20 active members now and is growing with about a 50/50 ratio of gay and straight members. We all get along great and I'm proud that my gay friends and straight friends whom might of never talked to each other otherwise, find that they have more in common than they do different.Everyone is quick to tell you how things should be done, but not everyone runs a raid, builds a guild, or connects the dots. I think one stat you should be looking for in a recruit, is respect.
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