How About a Tranny Video Game, Goy?

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 24, 2019

Imagine all of the video games you might want.

Then imagine the video game you’re going to get: a tranny video game.

Reuters:

When Tyler Ronan and his twin sister Alyson ask video gamers to unravel their family’s mysterious past in small town Alaska next year, the siblings will take followers on a untrodden journey.

For he is the first playable trans hero of a major video game, “Tell Me Why”, which will be released next summer by Dontnod Entertainment, the French studio behind the blockbuster “Life Is Strange”.

The game has been hailed as a milestone for LGBT+ representation by players and campaigners, and led to debate over whether an industry often criticised for sexism and homophobia is opening up to greater diversity.

“Tyler is a fully-realized, endearing character, whose story is not reduced to simplistic trans tropes,” said Nick Adams, a spokesman for the LGBT+ advocacy group GLAAD.

“Creating a playable lead trans character – and taking such care to get it right – raises the bar for future LGBTQ inclusion in gaming.”

The video game market dwarfs Hollywood with an annual value of about $150 billion, according to data firm Newzoo, which said there are now more than 2.5 billion gamers worldwide.

Fewer than 10 games a year from the 1980s up to 2004 featured any LGBT+ characters, according to a database compiled by non-profit Queerly Represent Me.

Yeah, well – probably because no one wanted faggots in their games!

This is the way markets work, no?

We live in a society that mass-markets all forms of pornography to children – and they’re going to pretend like there was a moral panic against faggots in video games, keeping them out?

There is no demand for trannies in video games.

This is an attempt to force this stuff down people’s throats, against their will.

By the way – the character in the game is a female-to-male tranny.

And the story is apparently about how the tranny’s mother tried to kill her for being a tranny.

What people want in their games is very simple:

  • Aliens
  • Robots
  • Wizards
  • Goblins
  • Apocalyptic mutants
  • Cyborgs

No one wants trannies.

The whole point of games is that they are a fantasy and an escape from this brutal, sick reality we are all stuck in.

This tranny game will fail, and they will blame it on the public.

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