Game Theory: Are Video Games Anti-LGBT?


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Final Fantasy VII’s cross dressing scene is one of the most memorable in gaming. But as I was analyzing it, I noticed a disturbing trend in how LGBT lifestyle is portrayed not just in this scene, but across gaming as a whole. So what does FFVII’s drag scene teach us about the cross dressing community and about the gaming industry as a whole?

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  1. This is why I like Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, doesn’t matter if you are a woman or a man, you can flirt with and bang anyone!

  2. Where are my Love ones who play video games 1

    Tops and my bottoms hit Love up and stay handsome and Beautiful.

    Elect 1

  3. I totally ship Clementine and Violet from the Walking Dead games. It is good that as the gamer, you can choose if you want Clem to love a girl, a boy or nobody. There is no right or wrong option.

  4. Matpat was able to wrap his head around nonbinary identities in 2014, and in 2020 the lgbt community somehow has issues with that

  5. If video games actively demonize and/or censor homosexual male characters, but have no problem with homosexual female characters, they're not necessarily anti-LGBT. They're just sexist.

  6. As a bisexual, it hurts that they think of us like this, we are human, I'm a nice girl, and sometimes a bada$$ (Ask my ex bff, she was being a a$$hole, and I totally called her out on it, somewhat bada$$ like), most of my friends are bi or pan, and we're all really nice, I'm hurt, honestly hurt


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