See, thing is. Planescape purist-wise? There's no one more fanatical about that setting than me. I fucking love the setting, in SECOND edition AD&D. I loathe Faction War. I'm willing to throw punches if someone suggests that, say, Eberron is a better setting.
But at the same time, I love the hell out of this campaign I'm in. If you love something enough, you're willing to make a few jokes at its expense. The moment you're unable to take a joke about something, you're insecure about it, or about yourself.
If you feel like OMG FAGGOTS when other guys roleplay girls(okay, some dudes are REALLY creepy about it, but we're talking just in general,) then I'd risk saying you're insecure in your own sexuality in some way.
Yeah, it's a game about teenage magical girls, occasionally we make a joke about tits, but no one's beating off under the virtual table and there isn't any creepy lesbian cybersex behind the scenes.
What >>5198564, said, plus, Oresta(Bleaker-tan) doesn't really hate the modrons. They're a problem for the people, but she doesn't consider them evil. In fact, there are very few people she DOES consider evil(or just plain mean). Baator-tan is one of the only few. She even tried to adopt Pandemonium-tan and get her committed to the Gatehouse so they could cure her barminess(and this was a girl who tried to chew out her throat every time they met.).
PS: Bleaker-tan was wielding the accordion and the bagpipes.
<Bleaker-tan> "I don't want to fight you, Mr. Dragon! Factol Lhar always says everything seems pointless after I play my bagpipes, so maybe it'll make fighting us seem pointless to you!"