Male gamer privilege?Creator: The_Nameless_Bard December 4, 2014 9:49am
To be fair, only the first example you posted is a "personal" attack. The rest are more or less assumptions made based on the comments he posted in this thread by people who probably saw him posting for the first time. If you're gonna be rude and disrespectful you can't expect the first impressions people get of you to be very good, and sharing those first impressions isn't exactly prohibited.
I think that it would be much appreciated and less confusing for both of the topics and their participants to discuss Mooninites' behavior in a different thread, though I wonder whether this isn't exactly prohibited or not.
To get back on the topic at hand:
I understand what you meant, but that was pretty poorly worded :P
Not sure how I should word it though. I guess that I meant something along the lines of that this problem was indeed brought up by Nameless but that she definitely isn't the first one (the linked material isn't the first either), and that, if one were to agree with the fact that this kind of discrimination does indeed exist and that it's unwanted, I think that it's a problem of everyone involved in the gaming community. And that all members of this community should be able to stand up against it and help it out of the way, but that wasn't what I meant with that sentence.
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