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Feminism? In my video games? It's more likely than you think.

#1Umbris_LetalisPosted 8/16/2013 1:24:08 PM
This was taken from the PS3 boards, wanted to see what you folks on the other side have to say:

"My point is that when youíre making commentary about video game or any subject, the objective is to look at that subject as a whole. If one really wants to go down that route rather than make a simple review, then the article needs to be well written with a clear viewpoint or purpose that adequately presents both sides of the case. A little bias is fine so long as you arenít trying to push your agenda on the viewer; they need to be allowed to come up with their own conclusions. Just like with any product, the goal when reviewing video games is to discuss the quality of the game."

An excerpt from an article about how feminists are "reviewing" games, and totally butcher the purpose of a review. This isn't unique to video games either, they inject gender issues into many subjects where there aren't any present. They defeat their own cause then wonder why many people have trouble taking them seriously.

For the full article see:
PSN: LostRequiem1 - Feel free to add - The ramblings of a madman...
#2fiasco86Posted 8/16/2013 1:27:13 PM
Same can be said about race, sexuality, and every other....whatever you call that group of things. Neutral journalism doesn't exist anymore, if it ever did.
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