I’ve seen a debate on this subject. I don’t remember all the ones involved. One was Stephen Fry, who I’m a big fan of and he’s against Political Correctness and he makes some good points. Personally I don’t want to be political correct. I want to be a decent human being. If I don’t say the ‘n’ word, I don’t say it because it’s not considered political correct. I just think it’s morally wrong. I should say that this debate is also about feminism, because political correctness and feminism or some kind of feminism lead to the same thing and that is censorship, which I’m against to a point. Both subjects go hand in hand. I’ve seen this in all kinds of artwork, mostly in games actually. Again this is mostly about feminism, but there are large arguments of how women are sexualised in games. Fair enough there are some huge exaggerations like Bayonetta, but still if people like this why censor it? Bayonetta was created by a woman and many female gamers like her. A lot of women like to look sexy in games, so why deny them that in games like Mass Effect Andromeda. Take the female lead, Sara Ryder, who in my opinion looks rather mediocre compared to other female leads. And the reason is because they want to avoid backlash of sexualising women. Another game I’d like to bring up is Assassin’s Creed Origins which had a history tour in it, which was made for schools. Now I can understand that they want to censor nude statues. But at one point you saw a class of children listening to their teacher. Now Ubisoft changed it to a mixed class of boys and girls, while this is historically incorrect. Boys and girls were taught separately, but they changed it because it might come off as “sexist”. Yes, maybe it is, but that’s what it was like in those times, so why hide it? Another issue with feminism is that I notice more dividing between women and men. Some men are afraid to even hold open a door for a woman because it’s seen as sexist, while personally I think it’s just polite to do, being a gentlemen. It also matters who gets to the door first. Should I feel offended if Padme would hold the door open for me? There’s also signs that because of feminism some men are more afraid to approach women. So how our genders are now more divided I wouldn’t also see as progress. I’m all for equality and it should be that way, but what of these costs?