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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    You mean you really don't know? Classic.
    Okay what is wildcat's gender? Anyone know?
    The last thing I need is someone accusing me of "bullying" a female cat.
    Seriously, I thought they were female..

    You've been here longer than I have and are probably more switched on about genders of people, I've probably been horribly offensive by thinking they are female....

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    Most of the times, someone thinking you are female is much less offensive than someone thinking you are male.

    Unless it's about a male thinking you're a female that is sexually frustrated and wouldn't mind to be digitally tapping that. In which case, it's far better to be seen as male.

    Can you believe that there's been people thinking I was female on several forums and other online places? I find it funny. (Clearly not so much on this forum as I've literally outspoken my gender quite thoroughly here. I suppose this is just that kind of forum.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Most of the times, someone thinking you are female is much less offensive than someone thinking you are male.

    Unless it's about a male thinking you're a female that is sexually frustrated and wouldn't mind to be digitally tapping that. In which case, it's far better to be seen as male.

    Can you believe that there's been people thinking I was female on several forums and other online places? I find it funny. (Clearly not so much on this forum as I've literally outspoken my gender quite thoroughly here. I suppose this is just that kind of forum.)
    I guess that's true, I honestly didn't know....

    You come over very much as a bloke so don't worry, but it is hard especally if the avatar is ambiguous and you having exchanged posts much....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Most of the times, someone thinking you are female is much less offensive than someone thinking you are male.
    I shall obtain a vagina and be instantly less offensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I shall obtain a vagina and be instantly less offensive.
    It's worth a try
    "There's no need to be embarrassed about it, Mr. Spock. It happens to the birds and the bees!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Can you believe that there's been people thinking I was female on several forums and other online places? I find it funny.
    I think that was what I thought too (gotta admit, the username really leans in that direction), until I saw one of your pictures.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I shall obtain a vagina and be instantly less offensive.
    Apparently it hasn't done ME an ounce of good... but good luck, don't forget to write!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I shall obtain a vagina and be instantly less offensive.
    Hmmm now ladies, he will need to be fully breifed on all aspects of maintenance... holliwood, brazilion or bikini, and all those lovely inspections...

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    So off topic....I blame the P's group bullying the J's.

    I do like the idea of tinkerbell's suggestion for a list, I think however that people would be unlikely to read it, and there would be a few people calling every comment an attack bothering the moderators.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    I've seen people complain about you, which has seemed very un-nice thing to do, considering your personal, interesting and inoffensive posts. (Some of them may have been offensive, which may be OK too, but I haven't seen any).

    You wrote beautifully about introverts blossoming if you cherish them, and if it was partly in joke or entirely honest, it was beautiful and thought-inspiring nonetheless.

    You do write threads which aren't literal, but rather figurative, or playful with ideas, which seem to work very well for you to inspire discussion. I'm sad to realize that some might mistake that for "trolling" or something like that. In all honesty, that's being small-minded.

    You get inordinate amount of complaints for no reason at all but being personal. I'd say it would have to stop - I wish it would. Have strength, Victor.

    I agree with every word.

    Santuu, thank you so much for posting this.
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