This is a peer-reviewed, content analysis of images of video game characters from top-selling American gaming magazines that shows male characters are more likely than female characters to be portrayed as aggressive and tough. It also shows that female characters are more likely than male characters to be portrayed as sexualized, scantily clad, or the character showing a mix of sexuality and aggression. It's an academically published article so its credible.
Interesting one by an_anti_hero_production #segagenesis #microhobbit (o) http://ift.tt/2ogfYWY the huge success of Streets of Rage 2 Streets of Rage 3 was inevitable however the game was rushed out of production and 2 levels with motorbikes were unplayable in the US version. Also controversy surrounded the villian "Ash" who in the Japanese version was. Transvestite. He was removed and "Sheeva" was replaced as the end villian for that level. Also American censors thought the female characters…
Elf (Sun)/Wizard (from the Dungeons & Dragons Player's Handbook). Art by Scott M.
Female Superheroes In Full Dress
Fully-Clothed Female Superheroes By Michael Lee Lunsford. I love Supergirl fully clothed.
The Star Wars Facebook Had A Brilliant Response To A Sexist Comment About A New Character
"Female armor" only needs to be good protection for a female warrior.