I think the "women play games on Facebook" is as much of a stereotype as "only pubescent spotty boys play RPGs". As much as there's a small element of truth to both, it's only that: small. Most of the other women gamers I know prefer RPGs. Some even prefer the tactical stuff that does my head in. I prefer avoiding combat and prefer to talk my way out of situations, which is why I'm not so keen on too much combat focus: it doesn't interest me, I'm crap at it and as much as I like to get my stats honed as much as anyone else... well, I guess the whole point is role-playing. And from the perspective of me as a player, I like exploring, finding interesting ways to do things and not living a vicarious world of pain. I like combat where I can run away as long as I don't spend the whole game doing it.

As for hot men... ew, sweaty. Don't get me wrong, if I'm up for a drink or a curry or a virtual brawl then I love the chaps in my life but scantily clad... er, put more clothes on lads. Preferably a tank. You like tanks, I like tanks, tanks are awesome. You look much better wearing a Challenger 2 than a kevlar speedo.

J'aime le fromage.