A timeless, but much less overwrought discussion in the realm of videogames lies around the notion of general sexual differences. Most of us have probably seen this subject literally spilling its way over bikini tops in titles such as Dead or Alive. Because of how most women are portrayed however, a lot of focus is unnecessarily placed on them and turns the whole discussion into a counter-productive practice amongst gamers. So, where exactly are our stances on this matter as a whole? Videogames are going to be around for the long haul and with time this simplistic depiction of sexuality will hopefully, wear itself out. Between men and women of various sexual orientations, most of the open ground for exploration hasn't even been scratched yet by developers. Sex is a very basic human desire and we spend most of our time trying to downplay it more than we should. Because of that, it often manifests itself in odd and/or perverse ways. Gaming is not immune to these perverse manifestations, so it's no surprise that we've ended up in such an odd state with the portrayal of sexuality in games. The question and purpose of this is to find out how we can and are meant to perceive sex in our games, in the most general sense.