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Gen 2 was sexist.

#1Infectedglore2Posted 1/20/2013 2:55:10 PM
Lol Gen II's Pokemon's gender was based on Attack IVs! So that meant that it was impossible for females to get a high attack IV. It also meant that females are rarer to be shinies than males implying that females aren't special. Which is all ironic as Pokemon has perhaps the biggest female fanbase for video games
#2KiniestPosted 1/20/2013 2:55:57 PM(edited)
5/10. I chuckled.
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#3CakeOfLiesPosted 1/20/2013 2:56:41 PM
Was this supposed to be funny?
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#4DracovianPosted 1/20/2013 2:57:47 PM
Human males are naturally stronger than females. In the animal kingdom you can see a similar pastern were males tend to have higher muscle mass, be heavier and bigger or the more aggressive nature than females. Nothing sexist about following natural order of things.
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#5ashcrvPosted 1/20/2013 2:58:43 PM
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#6willingmessPosted 1/20/2013 2:59:04 PM
but women naturally have a tougher time building muscles due to a lack of testosterone..... certainly there are women stronger than most men, but the majority of men are stronger than the majority of women....
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#7darkdragongirlPosted 1/20/2013 3:00:40 PM
Thankfully most insects kill their male counterpart after insemination.
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#8jayman7Posted 1/20/2013 3:00:49 PM
Dracovian posted...
Human males are naturally stronger than females. In the animal kingdom you can see a similar pastern were males tend to have higher muscle mass, be heavier and bigger or the more aggressive nature than females. Nothing sexist about following natural order of things.


Not true in all species. In many species it's the females who tend to be bigger and/or stronger. Birds, for instance, usually have larger females. And look up the angler fish some time; male angler fish barely even count as independent beings!
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#9KiniestPosted 1/20/2013 3:01:48 PM
*sighs*
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#10RoccoRedPosted 1/20/2013 3:03:18 PM
Dracovian posted...
Human males are naturally stronger than females. In the animal kingdom you can see a similar pastern were males tend to have higher muscle mass, be heavier and bigger or the more aggressive nature than females. Nothing sexist about following natural order of things.


Tell that to the Spotted Hyena.
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