I don't think the guy understands the middle ground, you know where you are able to see both extremes. LIke, hell,o for every vagina hater, there is a penis hater too.
Like you can totally fight for equal pay, because it's rite, and think Ji's lines are fine.. lol
"If you want to control people, if you want to feed them a pack of lies and dominate them, keep them ignorant. For me, literacy means freedom." - LaVar Burton.
Awesome sig by Elyaan is awesome.
Bring back Warden lolol!
Awesome sig by Elyaan is awesome.
I honestly don't see the problem, I always find it a good laugh or kind of cute whene I see an npc do something strange, like belbi (female gnome with goggles) from the brewfest event, or that female goblin near the zeplins, but hey, I'm a guy.
I wouldn't mind getting told why it's annoying/offensive tho.
I also agree that most of the time it is a male who is the aggressor in a sexual crime, however, there have been many reports about female sex offenders. Since you are our expert here you should be aware of the fact that quite often female sex offenders are not being reported? Maybe it would be interesting for you to read this as well: http://www.csom.org/pubs/female_sex_offenders_brief.pdf. Now I'm not saying that it's mostly female, on the contrary, but there are more then enough female sex offenders. When thinking of it, I have read quite often that when men try to sue women for a sexual crime there are not able to. "How can women rape men, men enjoy it" "A women would never be able to overpower a male" etc
Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying there are no differences, or that there is the same amount of female offenders. I merely said, and I'll quote myself:
"I agree that there are still some differences when talking about top positions and salaries but what exactly is it that men can do and women can't?"
Also I would like to hear your answer to another question I asked in the same post: ould this be an issue if Ji was a female NPC flirting with males and not female characters? Or would that be considered "ok"?
The majority in that thread also seem to want it changed back. I do hope the majority get what they want.
It's time to stop trolling, man. I don't need all this stupid in my day. Have you ever considered the possibility that a great many women are comfortable in their femininity? My girlfriend for one is very happy being complimented on her appearance, and gorgeous is generally a non-offensive way to compliment a woman on her appearance.
I don't know what sex you are, how old you are, or what you've actually accomplished in life, but thus far you seem to do nothing but stand against a wall and villainize anyone who thinks differently than you do, even ostentatiously claiming fascist ideals and motivations. The hell?
I also don't know how many sociology courses, psychology courses, or anything else you've taken, or studied, and even outside of that, women do think very differently from males. I don't mean that in a sexist way, ask any rational woman and she'll probably admit that she doesn't fully understand men or even herself sometimes. Men can say the same thing. That said, as a general rule in our society that emphasizes femininity and masculinity (which the majority are MORE THAN ALRIGHT WITH) women generally easily take to an emphasis of beauty, and their appearance becomes an important part of how they define themselves and view themselves. Once again, ask any intelligent, rational woman. And with this in mind, it doesn't make any sense to have changed Ji's lines.
It just conforms to the gender dichotomy that remain a steady part of Western culture. Men are viewed for strength, women for beauty. That doesn't mean those are mutually exclusive, infact, the male line can easily be viewed as sexism because it highlights a problem for men that pride themselves on something other than physical ability. I could find it sexist if I really wanted to, being a white male, but I've got better things to waste my time with.
Another thing is, how DARE you assume that because someone, male or female or otherwise dislikes extreme feminism, that they dislike intelligent women. You then assume that the only intelligent women are those follow ideals of extreme feminism.
Once again, I care a whole lot about my girlfriend and her thoughts and feelings. She's defined herself as an individual, is extremely intelligent and loves to dress in various things and look good, and also unique. She also loves gaming and other such things, and we can debate for hours about philosophy etc. A reason you're trolling, is that no rational individual would argue for equality and women's rights, and then discount the intelligence of all women who want to embrace their femininity. How dare you.
So yeah. Ji's line should have stayed. It gave him even more personality. (I'd also like to point out, that being overt about flirting is one of the better ways to let women know you're interested. Since Ji is a flirtatious character, this obviously applies here. Ask any rational woman. You don't get anywhere with anyone, male or female, unless you're semi-obvious about being interested, at least.)