How Using Sexy Female Avatars in Video Games Changes Women

Women who play as over-sexualized female characters in games are more likely to objectify themselves and participate in rape myth acceptance, according to a recent Stanford study published Oct. 11 in Computers and Behavior.

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DanielGearSolid1761d ago

When will this bullsh** end...

Anthotis1761d ago (Edited 1761d ago )


Even if women ruled the world, there would still be complaints from irrational, unclean femnazis moaning about being "objectified" because a "privileged" man looked in her direction.

The best course of action is to simply laugh and ridicule whenever you see femnazi/beta male gibberish, such as articles like this.

pr0t0typeknuckles1761d ago

i find it ironic how the new lara is a stronger woman than the old,just because she puts more clothes on,now i like new lara but lets be honest the original culd take down a n army and wouldnt cry about it,whe would fall and get back up like a BOSS,yet because of her clothing shes objectifying women,smdh

BobBelcher1761d ago

Tell this to MGS's new character, "Quiet."
Sad, yet true.

_QQ_1761d ago (Edited 1761d ago )

Why not take female out of the title and also women too, because last time i checked Kratos has the body of a god, Nathan Drake is pretty damn gorgeous, Link is sexy AF,snake is pretty good looking character too

Dno1761d ago

im starting to hate women. I remember when gaming was fun. Now it random women gets mad about random game for the 100th time.

I also am staring to hate the guys that agree with this crap.

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