If you step virtual foot in the inn, you'll find an aggressive community of people who shout, "Oh yeah, cum for all!" and send private messages like, "You horny? What's your number?" If they like the look of your character, they might tell you that they want to "fuck [you] unconscious." That all sounds awful, but if you accidentally stumbled into the inn, you can just leave and get back to actually playing the damn game, right? Here's the problem: Part of the appeal for regulars of the, ugh, Rape Tavern is the rape. And while you can't rape someone over the internet (yet), you can harass people who are trying to flee you. One perpetrator described fleeing players as "really hot," because pursuing them makes it just like a real rape. It's unclear why anyone would admit that to a journalist, but here we are.
So imagine trying to play a game, only a bunch of people are following you around, bombarding you with questions like how old you are and whether you'd be willing to have sex for money, using racist and sexist language, and casting spells that emit white light so they can pretend that they're ejaculating. And if you complain, you're told that if you really don't like it, you can always log out, because otherwise anyone who tries to persist and play a game about killing monsters and collecting loot must secretly be really into pretending that giant pandas and trolls are jizzing on them. How nice that the virtual world also has a "Well she didn't fight back hard enough" excuse.