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5-01-2009 @ 10:10PM
^ This. It's important to be aware of objectification and make sure you aren't propagating it, such as equating "gay" with "bad" or "lame". Though I have gay friends that say "gay" in this manner, it doesn't mean it doesn't have social and psychological consequences. Being aware that it might and finding a different word doesn't take a lot of effort and shows a bit of wisdom. That being said, it's important to recognize what sins of this sort are acceptable. Humor is often based on being naughty and I for one love it. I personally would be disappointed if Blizzard was too scared of moralists to have the odd quest/achievement like this. As a woman I'm not overly offended and even if I am somewhere deep down inside, on the whole I'm more amused.To all the angry folk:I think its uber important to always maintain a balanced view. This discussion isn't absolute crap. It's not particularly earth-shattering, either. But some people apparently care about it. Leave that to them instead of trolling if it bores you.
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