No offense, but I think we all need to address the thread topic and not the past history of the poster. It is a pretty standard question that really doesn't need any interjection of bias just because a certain poster threw it out there.
Talk about eating your own community. Take the thread at face value and check the judgement of the poster at the door. Sometimes they might amaze you. I get it, the poster has a history... but even Duo has his moments of clarity. If you constantly attack a person because they trolled in the past, what chance do you give them to try and improve? Seems a bit harsh.
The thread starts off basically asking if there is better communication on Japanese servers. The answer is no, unless the OP reads/writes Japanese. They may be more tolerant than the English crowd (which you may be a better judge of, I personally cannot say, as I don't often play with Japanese players, maybe you do), but the concept the OP is getting at is that she is getting no such communication from the English crowd.
Now, in saying that, yes, her posting history (or his, for all we know at this point, if he or she really is trolling hard enough) does come into play, as how they are communicating is likely the issue. It's all fine and dandy if they say oops, sorry after
starting a fight with someone, but would you really feel inclined to continue in a party with someone like that? Unlikely.
Can people grow and change? Of course, none of us is incapable of change, just unwilling. However, if you look in this very thread...
Unless you actually play with me, you do not know if I am the problem or not. I am a female and we ***** get used to it. If you have a wife you will learn we ***** about work too. How am I trolling? Unless I am going after a person and attacking them. Only men do that, if we do not get along. We fight it out face to face and then it’s over with. She wins, I win it’s over.
See, to me, this labels this person as toxic. I've been married, I know women *****. Men ***** too. We all *****, it's not *** exclusive. But anyone who takes that sort of attitude is not someone I'd want around. Gender plays 0 role in a game setting without voice as a prerequisite. Guys can play girls, girls can play guys, and if they never say a word, no one knows what your true gender is. But self-identifying as a female, then projecting a stereotypical view that because she has a ******, she is bound to ***** is sort of like saying that a man has a *****, therefore he enjoys sports, drives race cars, and sport ***** anything with a ******. Perpetuating views like that shows the poster is narrow-minded, and colours their question.
I'm sorry, on the internet, you cannot just forget **** happened. It happened, and you can Google it. You can try to rise above the ******** you make your virtual personality, but you **** well better not be stunned when people hold it against you. And if you prove that your penance was an act, or if you revert to your former behavior, you will be roasted on the virtual spit with little to no remorse.