I played WoW for several years. For a couple of years I never used a mic, and about half of my characters were female. I never indicated any personal information. I do know that at least some people believed I was female. I never encountered significant harassment on that account (or any other). (Though I did get asked to ‘cyber’ once or twice.) Maybe I just have a thick skin, but I always felt the WoW chat experience was much like being back in the playground at the age of ten or so.
Eventually I joined a guild for raiding, and had to use a mic. There were many women in my guild; several were guild officers as was I. Generally they used female characters, which as I recall was the norm (females played female characters, most males played a mix). They were all quite happy to chat in guild and in semi-pick up groups, as I remember.
So no, I am not a woman but I do feel at liberty to give my impressions from my own experience regarding their opinions and experiences; I have noticed that women often do the same with regard to the opinions and experiences of men (though rarely are they charged with “womansplaining” when they do so.)