VR produces new freedom, but I think the whole Locke notion of "my freedom ends where your space begins" applies in public chatrooms.
There are other applications and there will be niche chatrooms for people who want to touch without permission.
I imagine you mean well and doing it to be friendly.
Often people do that to be friendly, even to strangers (me and my friends back in 8th or 9th grade often did that).
I think it'll be inclusive and grow the userbase for VR, so it can expand outside of the tech//gaming niches.
That's ridiculous and the fact that you come to this conclusions just makes you sound immature.
VR is an experience that can feel "real" (I'm aware altspace has a non-realistic set-up) and uncanny.