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Apr. 17th, 2011 (UTC)

I've been kinda used to it, being part of the very few girls who indeed play roleplaying games (you know, the pen and paper kind) since the 90's, when it was merely for geeks and very few girls played it (wait.. it's still that I think). And I've been playing MMORPGs on the net since 2000, when the only women you'd find were guys in disguise XD

I've read The Hobbit and LOTR when I was 11 and 12 respectively... oddly, no graphic sex, and I loved it.

Geek girls who love fantasy and don't need sex in it to love it do exist. But it's a bit disturbing for those guys to find girls who can talk on an even ground with them, I suppose.

Aside that.

Good writing IS good writing, whatever the genre is; it's the writer himself who can transcend the genre and make (nearly) everyone like his works. To say "such genre is for such people" is so narrow-minded.

Thanks for your words. They are appreciated by this geek woman.

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