Just today I was watching childish trolling efforts of individuals talking about what is blatantly obvious. If someone is trying to ‘grope’ you in an mulitplayer online VR world, that’s not something to laugh about. Especially if the people involved

A) Don’t know each other
B) Aren’t over 18

There’s more to it. Why when a bunch of men are playing a game, and only when a woman’s voice is heard does this happen? should she remain quiet to avoid this? check out this share by @scobleizer

Cindy is right. This needs to be designed out now. It will keep social VR from getting to be a mainstream thing quickly…

Posted by Robert Scoble on Saturday, October 22, 2016

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[Jordan Belamire published this post, with permission, originally posted on Medium.]

my first virtual reality groping