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11-09-2011 @ 11:25AM
Luke, having been here for quite some time, I'd both love and dread a GLBTQ article. It'd be great to discuss that communities issues and presence in the World of Warcraft, as well as helping inform those of us who support that community, but find ourselves out of touch, not having a personal connection to it. (My best gay friend moved across the country, and we barely ever talk anymore.)However, I dread the shitstorm that crops up every time these issues are spoken about in depth. I don't think we should shy away from an article like this just because of some close-minded people, but I'm not eagerly awaiting their BS either.When all is said and done, WoW Insider might not be the right place to explore these issues. Or it might. That's the sort of decision before the new EIC.
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