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4-03-2012 @ 4:15PM
I have played a number of female characters and never have been harassed or heckled for it.
4-03-2012 @ 4:17PM
Odd, maybe you made it really obvious from the get-go that you were actually a guy? Even then, though, a friend of mine who always plays girl characters gets called "gay" - or something more derogatory that I'm not going to write - all the time because he plays female characters.Probably just haven't run into those kind of people - lucky you.
4-03-2012 @ 4:21PM
Like Saeadame, I'm a guy (and a straight one, for what it's worth) who mostly plays female characters, because I get a kick out of bucking the stereotypes. I've never been called gay for this (and it's a good thing too, or else your tank or healer may suddenly vanish at an inconvenient moment), although the occasional "Female dwarves? I thought they were a myth!" makes me chuckle.
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