My gender seems to vary depending on where I am on the Internet. Not that I do that on purpose (though I won't deny that when I work out what's going on, I do sometimes lean in and lean in hard for the comedy factor).
My assumption was you were a non-confrontational man, probably in his mid-to-late 20s. It has no influence over how I interact with you, beyond my tendency to refer to you as "he".
I noticed Zoophobia was its own subculture which the rest of us rarely went into and the rest of them rarely came out of it. I guess that makes it the Bio Dome of The Bad Webcomics Wiki. I wonder who's Pauly Shore?
Basically. I only posted in there last week because I opened the thread on accident. It was obvious early on the discussion was not for me and I have no interest in what's going on in there. For all I know they're bicycle jousting
or engaging in vampiric cannibalism
or arms running
. Outside of Sindy, I don't even think I've ever interacted with any other member from that thread. Maybe I've that guy with the Dick Tracy avatar pop up in another thread... not sure...
It's actually entirely normal for forums, particularly ones with larger populations or ones with more diverse subforums, to have several subcultures that not only have their own territories but who recognize it's going on
. Whatever the forum is linked to tends to determine the dominant/default culture.
Goblins seems to be a bit more of a hybrid as I think there's more people going in and out of that one.
It does have more traffic, but its still got its own subculture. You may notice the things you feel like saying in there are completely different than in the rest of the forum.