Places themed after clubs are also prone to online daters and players who wish to engage in lewd or otherwise sexual acts in-game.
One theory as to the how and why of the "adopt a baby" trend is to promote online dating without actually promoting/advertising/"encouraging" its extremes.
Certain community members believe that user names such as Xx[NAME]x X, ii[NAME], x Omq[NAME], Http[NAME], Ayee[NAME], Official[NAME], names that include an "x", or use a "q" instead of a "g", as in "Bowling" and other popular naming trends are often names ODers use.
ODing is one of the biggest problems on and about ROBLOX.
Online dating is against ROBLOX's Rules of Conduct, and anyone who participates in said activities risks getting banned.
For example, if the place was simply called "Have a family" or similar, it would imply that players have to reproduce, which obviously falls within online dating.
It is unwanted by many ROBLOXians and encouraged by very few people.
Aside from not fitting with the kid-friendly nature of ROBLOX, there is also a risk associated with online relationships; online dating is often seen as a predatory act and, in extreme cases, can result in outside interventions.
Though ROBLOX's Rules of Conduct prohibit builders from creating games that are designed for players to get together romantically, there are some loopholes to this rule; though a game may not be intended to be used romantically, the nature of the game may promote online dating.Such examples of common online dating hotspots include role playing games, Girls Only games, and middle and high school games.