Ageplay video chat
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An erotic roleplaying guild that now spans two realms has been accused of defending pedophiles and engaging in extreme sexual situations without any way to verify that their members are above the age of 18.
While the guild in question says it has been reported many times and is not violating policy, and that minors joining an ERP guild are being poorly parented, Blizzard has forcibly disbanded the guild -- only to have it reform under a new name.
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If you are in doubt as to whether an activity may be interpreted as ageplay, we request you err on the side of caution and desist.
In most instances, if you aren't deliberately trying to make someone else upset or unhappy, you won't be breaking any rules.
The guild leader posted a somewhat hostile "welcome message" on the BWR forums: "Role-playing is legal. The exact quote is "I want to defend us, but I also want to defend the pedosexual community." The guild leader notes that she was talking about pedophiles who don't actually molest children and that she hates kids herself.
Even if you are role-playing something that would be considered deplorable and highly illegal IRL, it's still just role-playing and isn't subject to any form of disciplinary action. After AT opened their BWR auxillary, a 25-page thread sprung up and was deleted about AT's intentions.
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