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By  cuz803  |  41

That's why I don't post pics of myself online. Especially in a toxic setting. As a gamer, I know my place to not reveal myself in a gaming community. Definitely not in a COD setting. Most FPS gamers are toxic (I'm mostly a single-play gamer).

Practice going incognito.

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By  cuz803  |  41

That's why I don't post pics of myself online. Especially in a toxic setting. As a gamer, I know my place to not reveal myself in a gaming community. Definitely not in a COD setting. Most FPS gamers are toxic (I'm mostly a single-play gamer).

Practice going incognito.

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  Pheeeeep  |  10

Don't join the ranks of the sad sacks by saying sorry for something you didn't do! You've got nothing to apologize for unless you specifically stand by and let bad things happen right in front of you. Good men needn't hold themselves accountable for the world at large.

By  Jon Tessler  |  10

yep, I agree with Animosity....my Gender has some really shitty people in it. especially on the gamer front. one of the reasons I don't play online games anymore, people take it way to seriously. sorry you have to deal with the dregs of the male species.

By  Watt Dou Cair  |  7

I'm a guy and I usually never post my real-world pics online, ESPECIALLY not in a mobile game. The internet is just too vast and unknowable to know who's out there or where the pic could end up. The fact that it's COD is just the cherry on top, they're not exactly known for their courtesy and code of chivalry. I'd just go with an avatar that you like and can somehow identify with. And yeah, apologies on behalf of men, there's still quite a ways to go :/