5 Really Good Reasons Why It’s Fine For Women To Be Underrepresented In Video Games

From Point and Clickbait:

1. It’s just not realistic to have women in these sorts of games.

Assassin’s Creed is a game where you use a magic computer to travel backwards in time through your DNA. This isn’t some stupid Cooking Mama game like women normally play. This is hard science. It’s just not realistic to expect that when you travel back in time through a magic DNA computer that one of your ancestors might have been a woman.

Now I may have dropped out of high school level biology but I’m PRETTY SURE you don’t need a woman to have a child. And correct me if I’m wrong here, but women and men have different bodies and mens are just better at killing. That’s a fact. That’s why they do all the armies? Read a book, morans.

Some SUPER FEMINISTS like to point out that literally the most famous assassin of the French Revolution was a woman and that women played an enormous role in the French Revolution. Well look I don’t think Ubisoft have to get all the details right. Let’s cut these dudes some slack. The textures in the game are sick.

3 thoughts on “5 Really Good Reasons Why It’s Fine For Women To Be Underrepresented In Video Games

  1. roughseasinthemed November 29, 2016 at 02:45 Reply

    Is that supposed to be satire? (Yes, I read the full piece) Either way I’m not surprised he’s not in a relationship.

  2. sbt42 November 29, 2016 at 11:37 Reply

    Other gems from the website include: “Feminism Finally Destroyed After YouTuber Posts 478th Video Criticising It” and “Space Marines Can’t Be Female Because Then I Would Have To Rethink My Life.” Also, “Straw Woman Makes Outrageous Argument Despite Not Actually Existing.”

    Good stuff! :D

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