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6-02-2009 @ 1:46PM
It's not that people want gender-specific necessarily... people would like gender-*neutral* forms. Stuff that doesn't appear to be overly masculine or feminine, so that it would be a form that makes sense for both sexes to transform into. The new bears have beards (tauren) and more-obvious-than-before sideburns (nelf); the new tauren cats have manes and nose rings. These are traits that suggest masculinity, and some people don't find that kind of thing appropriate for female characters. I don't call for separate models for males and females, since bears and most cats don't have much sexual dimorphism. I can live with the new forms. But I can also see how someone would rather the forms lose the beard, the sideburns, the nose ring, etc. so that the form corresponds better to the character's original one.
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