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Posted 9/16/15
Cos girl anime characters are boss
Posted 9/17/15
Post-SRS female.

As for how a person is online, I don't think their mannerisms quantify what or who they are. I've known guys on forums who use emoji like they were going out of style and could easily be mistaken for catfish if they weren't so upfront about personal information like gender.

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20 / M / In a Fantasy
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Posted 9/18/15
Male if you didnt see the M under the username through i am curious whats being Female like
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Posted 9/18/15
Female
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19 / M / Norway, Scandinav...
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Posted 9/19/15
boy, man, male, whatever works for you

I had pretty long hair a couple of years back and someone thought i was a girl...
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37 / M / Virginia USA
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Posted 9/19/15
I'm actually a bit surprised there are as many females participating in this poll as there is. Announcing you're a female on the internet on a typically "nerdy" sub-culture site can tend to get a bit... dangerous for a lack of better words.
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52 / M / Bay Area
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Posted 9/19/15
Male like testosterone dripping from my wounds in battle
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M / (P'.')-o *wham*...
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Posted 9/20/15
male
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28 / M / Baton Rouge, Loui...
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Posted 9/22/15
I don't believe in women on the internet :P

But that's probably because I'm male.
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21 / F
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Posted 9/22/15
Ima girl.
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Posted 9/22/15

Yamstarch wrote:

I'm actually a bit surprised there are as many females participating in this poll as there is. Announcing you're a female on the internet on a typically "nerdy" sub-culture site can tend to get a bit... dangerous for a lack of better words.


I think that because its a "nerdy" sub-culture site its the reason why we don't worry.
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Posted 9/23/15

Yoyopop75 wrote:


Yamstarch wrote:

I'm actually a bit surprised there are as many females participating in this poll as there is. Announcing you're a female on the internet on a typically "nerdy" sub-culture site can tend to get a bit... dangerous for a lack of better words.


I think that because its a "nerdy" sub-culture site its the reason why we don't worry.


That's good to know.
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Posted 9/23/15

black_cat_kisa wrote:

Female in any way ^-^ I don't find it uncomfortable when people ask me what gender I am. I do find it uncomfortable asking it to others when it's online. For example in online games there are so many guys with female characters that I just had to ask them what gender they really are >~< But now i'm just curious as to why the guys would go for a female character


I too wonder why guys choose female chars, and then like they tell me "because I have to stare at it everyday so it might as well be attractive." Idk, guys are weird.

I'm a guy tho.
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Posted 9/23/15

Yoyopop75 wrote:


Yamstarch wrote:

I'm actually a bit surprised there are as many females participating in this poll as there is. Announcing you're a female on the internet on a typically "nerdy" sub-culture site can tend to get a bit... dangerous for a lack of better words.


I think that because its a "nerdy" sub-culture site its the reason why we don't worry.


I think it's because it's CR that girls don't feel apprehensive about announcing their genders. I mean, we're all relatively friends here and no one's an uber creepy pervy guy.

If this were reddit or some other public site it'd be a little scarier.
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Posted 9/23/15

StrayedRabbit wrote:

Post-SRS female.

As for how a person is online, I don't think their mannerisms quantify what or who they are. I've known guys on forums who use emoji like they were going out of style and could easily be mistaken for catfish if they weren't so upfront about personal information like gender.



yo emoji shouldn't be stereotyped as a female thing! I USE SMILEYS ALOT YOOOOOOOOO. But I do think that typing "<3" could be a girl thing. I do that sometimes too tho

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