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Am I the only one that is noticing that the entertainment industry these days is more about celebrating identity instead of talent when it comes to actors. And I have also noticed that when talking about the changes to the cast they never address what that change would do for the dynamic of the show, or what stories can be told with the character that couldn’t be told as they are now, and instead just talk about the sex, color or sexual orientation. Everything else including the quality of the story falls by the wayside, in before but people need to be able to associate themselves with characters in movies, series, and video games. And to be honest, what type of self-absorbed human are you that watches a movie reads a book or plays a game and thinks “wait, where am I in this story?”
Whenever the media and feminists bleat about how a new movie or TV series with a female lead in it. I remember all the amazing 80′,90’s and current day movies and TV shows that had female leads that I have been enjoying since my early childhood which made growing up all that more amazing. But then again we all know by now these people are only interested in politics and agendas and that facts do not really have a place in their works of fiction.
[Editorial Note:] 2017/07/21: I noticed a spelling mistake it should be Mad Max: Fury Road. And not Max Max. My retardation crept in when I was making this.
Oh, how the mighty have fallen. From a critically acclaimed “space opera” and one of the most well known and popular SciFi games to this:
Must be really hard to be the “red headed step child” of the franchise. Facial animations right out of a 90’s video game and more bugs than a patch of rainforest in the Amazon, making it the ass end of memes and jokes on the internet:
Before we start take note if you haven’t played Witcher 3 or Nier: Automata do not read this article from feminist frequency! It contains massive spoilers for both games, and this article will contain spoilers for Witcher 3. I will be dealing exclusively with the Witcher 3 part of the article as I have been a long time fan of the franchise as well as the books by Andrzej Sapkowski. So let’s dive right into feminist frequencies latest article written by Carolyn Petit on the 12th of July: “I have plenty of gripes with it. It egregiously sensationalizes violence against women, repeatedly putting the bodies of female murder victims on sexualized display.” Sensationalizes of violence against woman? Ignoring, of course, the countless (male) civilians you see dangling from nooses the moment you start the game. I am sorry, but did you actually take note of the setting that the Witcher 3?