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4-16-2008 @ 11:27AM
Yes, but the fundamental difference tends to be:- Male Exaggerated Features: Symbols of fitness, power, etc.- Female Exaggerated Features: Symbols of ObjectificationThat's the kicker there. Yes, the artwork for males is unreasonably buff. Yes, that may cause some body image issues for young man. But it's an image of power, domination and strength. The female artwork is grace, beauty ... basically, "eye candy."And anyone who calls discussions of sexism "bullsh**" should really stop listening to their grandfather about how the world is run.
4-16-2008 @ 11:32AM
Agree...But I think the discussion should really be about art... after all are the Mona Lisa or the Sculpture of David cause to break out an argument of sexism?I guess in 200 years folks might look back on the "art" of Warcraft and feel about it as many historians do about the "classics".
4-16-2008 @ 11:41AM
It's not that we don't know how the world works, we understand it's like that now, we're just so tired of it...Personally, I accept what I am, naturally if I feel attraction to someone (man OR woman) I'll treat them differently. How you treat someone in a business /should/ be different to how you treat someone privately, problem is humanity is still stupid when it comes to gender / race. -.-
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