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4-03-2012 @ 6:08PM
What Daisy said. As a woman, I've been playing almost exclusively female toons since the beginning of Wrath. I don't think any pugs have ever made the assumption that I'm a woman or if they have, they haven't said anything about it. My guild has several female raiders and I haven't encountered any sexism in guild. Sexist WoW players are mainly young adolescent boys or blatant trolls. And let's face it, these are two demographics that spend a lot of time on MMOs. And I do see them in trade chat. I'm not saying "deal with it, ladies," but female WoW players can avoid these people the same way male players do: /ignore dumb people and join a guild that screens for immaturity.
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