In my experience since joining the guild, Vixens is a fine group of people. IMO, that is first and foremost, and ancillary to that is the GM's rule that all toons must be female.
Bush left and it is unfortunate to see him go. It was his choice to sex change his toon and I believe he looks appropriate as Tauren as well. He's a sharp person and more coy than most of you know - that's my opinion anyway from the short time I've known him. I got trolled hard from him a while back, was not expecting it, bit back really hard and we had some conflict. But we came to a reconciliation of sorts and I wouldn't go as far as saying we're friends or anything, but I respect the guy because we were able to communicate on an issue of conflict, and in the WoW community - and in life - that's not all that common to be able to do. /bow Bush. The guy is analytical and does his homework, thinks several steps ahead, and those are skills quite usable in something that really counts - IRL.
Only two types of people believe Bush was kicked. The first is a fool and believes the straw man argument that he was kicked. The second insults his intelligence vis a vis that he didn't have the foresight to see it coming.
On the issue of Vixens haters, I can only speak for myself at this point in time. D was the last of 3 for my rotation when I rolled on this server. The other 2 were male toons. Something about an evil female priest that ate dead bodies was appealing. I lucked out when I ultimately found Vixens. I have found the people to be a fine group, and not once have I found a braggard in the mix. This is quite surprising given the trolls on the forum and elsewhere seemingly omnipresent and unrelenting. There will always be two types in the world of building tall buildings. The first goes about building tall buildings and the second has a building, either doesn't know how to build it bigger or refuses to do so, and subsequently goes about knocking down the building of others. I'm going to go about building my building and I'm sure that Naddi is going to do the same. People are going to find where they fit by trial and error and I'd rather be a part of a good community and have trollers actually believe that I'm not strong enough a man IRL to tolerate "your a dude playing Btch toons, man" herpity-derp (intentional misspelling btw on "you're") comments than to be part of a gaming experience where instead of playing the game itself I'm getting involved with efforts outside of the game > the game itself, just to create disutility for other players. Economically speaking, these are the greatest fools of all, for one could save the $15 monthly fee, go down to the local park and pick on weak people all day long for free.
EDIT: this post was created as part of another thread that was deleted while replying, which is why some context may appear to be missing.
tl;dr: go play minecraft.