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Why is Blizzard still OK with gender inequality in World of Warcraft? {WoW}

Apr 3rd 2012 9:02PM You're very lucky. My time in WoW (vanilla player, here) has not been so nice. I've been forced to leave a guild because a guild mate openly propositioned me to strip on webcam for him, in raid and the guild leader told me to "lighten up" when I got angry. I've been stalked and harassed by strangers because the found out I was a female player. I've been mocked, insulted, and harassed by people I was healing, tanking for, and out dpsing. Just last week, I had a rather uncouth comment leveled at me when healers let me die on normal Rag 10 about "don't you have unlimited rage with PMS?" I get asked to repeat angry responses to unwelcome comments because "I sound sexy when I'm angry". The harassment is there, and many women experience it.

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