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5-01-2009 @ 3:23PM
My issue is definately with the single gender objectification aspect. I don't have any problem with pop culture references, or with muted sexy stuff, as long it's reasonably respectful, and equal opportunity gender and orientation-wise. It's all in good fun...as long as everyone has an equal chance to give AND recieve that sort of thing.Therefore, I think that if they are going to have a required achievement to put bunny ears on a female over level 18 of each race, they should also add a required achievment to put a black bowtie on a male over level 18 of each race. I'm not sure if as many people would get the Chippendales reference as are likely to get the Playboy reference, but it's the closest equivalent.
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