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11-07-2011 @ 9:11AM
On a side note, do you think it would be a good idea to speak to an issue from the comment boards from last Drama Mamas?Suddenly the place exploded with quite a bit of victim-blaming, and it might be worth addressing that. I'm not sure exactly, but WoW Insider readers tend to have a bit more tact than what was displayed last week. Things got nasty, and I feel it would be good to recognize what was wrong about that.
11-07-2011 @ 12:42PM
Almost every week, a few people accuse the letter writer or the person the letter writer is talking about of lying or that info is being withheld. But the accuracy of the letter is irrelevant. We take the letter at face value and give advice accordingly, because usually it helps a few people in similar situations.Sometimes the lying accusation also blames the victim and this is unfortunate. But as long as it isn't full of mindless hate, I think it's important to see that the victim-blaming mindset is out there so we can guard against it.
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