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4-03-2012 @ 5:44PM
Except this isn't just an aspect of sexuality in fiction. It's a lopsided presentation of sexuality that provides one gender an inequal, lesser experience. As bad as books can be about gender issues sometimes, at least everybody reading it is going to read the same words. That isn't the case here. The text is custom tailored to provide women (or woman characters) a worse experience.And Garrosh calling Sylvanas a bitch actually did quite a bit of attention, though you're right, I don't think WoW Insider addressed that when it released. It's still a relatively shameful line of dialogue that never should've gone live.
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