I'm pretty sure asking that over the Internet is more creepy than it is helpful... consider it this way. If you were a girl and you saw someone post "Hey, I wanna help all girls out there that play The Last of Us!", what would you think? I don't know, I'd (and I do) probably find it a bit strange someone trying to help all the girls specifically.
After all, how does it actually change your life? There's no real difference whether you are a girl or a boy or an alien in the Internet, all genders can be equally awesome.
David too was a good samaritan.....
He only wanted to help, and protect.
You just made my day
Hey, that's what I am here for Should be.back 2morrow so we can finally chat some
Sounds good, dude.
What about males who play The Last of Us online and who are unfortunate enough to get placed into teams with players who aren’t very good? I think this happens to everyone regardless of their gender... Fortunately, we have a Multiplayer Buddies List for everyone...
I, too, am completely lost as to how this thread has anything to do with being a good samaritan.
OP, if you are simply looking for women to play TLoU with, then by all means say so. I know that I at least wouldn't judge you. When my fiance will play a game (more rarely than I like), it is quite a bit of fun. She's not a great gamer, but as I declared already, that's because she rarely picks up a controller. ; ;
While I can't deny that creating a thread seeking women to game with won't seem at least a little creepy, it's at least better to be honest. It doesn't have to make you a stalker or a perv. (You could perhaps simply be tired of hearing a bunch of dudes on their mics who sound as if they just did a line of coke, and are thriving on the rage it has given them. I know that's why I always turn off all mics now.)
I actually thought this was going to be a post for women to gather to play togther, as a specific group. I was going to be all in favour of that, and show my support.