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Monday, January 23, 2017 

An example of a reviewer who succumbed to SJW-ism

Here's a review I found of Tomb Raider: Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen, written by a man who buys into the whole PC viewpoint that the sexy art designs for Lara Croft in the past were "sexist":
The penciller, Randy Green also did an excellent job rendering the characters and environments of the story. Much of the criticism given to Lara Croft is that she is portrayed in a sexist light, as she is often shown with an exaggerated form of the female body. Green draws Croft in such a way that she looks more realistic, staying away from the classic and more sexist designs of the past, but his Lara is still attractive, almost like a model.
*Ahem* Artist Green's (no relation) art design isn't all that different from what any past illustrators used. That aside, this man's got some nerve tarring the reputations of the past artists he won't even name, but which anybody could find out without too much difficulty in this day and age, and then don't be shocked if SJWs would come about wanting to villify them in the worst ways possible. Even Jack Kirby wouldn't be immune to their extraordinarily negative viewpoints.

Never explained by these lemmings is how a gal is being portrayed in a "sexist" light if she knows physical combat skills, how to use hand-held weapons, has brilliant intelligence and even knows how to do mountain climbing. All these SJWs are doing is looking for every excuse in the book, every cheap trick they can exploit to accomplish their flaccid goals. If that's what they think, they shouldn't be reading any of these productions, and I have no doubt a lot of them don't anyway.

Sometimes, it's just dumbfounding how they can even have access to a computer.

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Speaking of SJW reviews on video game characters:


"Sometimes, it's just dumbfounding how they can even have access to a computer."

A question I'm quickly asking myself, now that I know of Chris Suellentrop. (Man, it even sounds like a name a SJW would have, doesn't it?)

I don't know who is more inane about this subject, Suellentrop or Olivia Gatwood:


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