invading personal space virtually
Since when are virtual experiences unilaterally dismissed as “not real, so get over it?”
Stephen Jones

How can you invade someone’s ‘personal space’ in a virtual setting? At worse, it’s annoying. That’s all. Hardly worth getting worked up over, and certainly not worth an entire article that conflates silly behavior in a videogame that only a pre-pubescent child would throw a tantrum over. This is no different than someone saying something rude over the mic or team-killing.

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