... because last time I've criticised people
who were promoting identity politics.
That's why I can't criticise neither Canuck_Cat, nor any game in this "collection" without risking to take punishment.
Again, you're more than welcome to call me out on my bullshit as I do to others. But you aren't supposed to be criticizing people - only their ideas. Legally, when you logged onto the forums, you've agreed to this rule.
Again, I suggest refreshing yourself with the rules if you want to avoid getting banned.
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If you want to open the floodgates of personal attacks, you do realize this will lead to more unproductive discussions where people keep dismissing each other based on one-word labels? In this case, citing "free speech" whenever your ideas get attacked is hyperbolic. It's defined as freedom to say anything you want from retaliation from governments and their enforcement. If someone not affiliated with the government is upset with what you're saying and you're not violating any laws, then your freedom of speech is still preserved. EDIT:
I also don't think others calling you and vr are bigots are justified either. But I'm staying out of that conversation and let you guys resolve it yourselves.
Why is it needed/"needed"......because some think thoughts/hold stances/say words that some dislike?
Here's timeline of LGBT rights movement in the US.
Most parts of the free world give LGBT the same rights as anyone else, and in a number of cases, special treatment(in the case of companies, things like GOG's LGBT event, LGBT being given preference in new media being made by a number of film/comic/game makers, etc)
Correlation doesn't necessarily mean causation, but is it just a coincidence that a series of milestones happened after the first pride event in 1970? Keep in mind that legislation usually lags because the public has to support these new ideas to legitimize the process. You can either go through the background of all these milestones or do a null hypothesis test.
So you're saying that I, an actual LGBT, am possibly mistaken?
Being a minority doesn't grant anyone any immunity from being wrong. There are mistaken people in all walks of life regardless of their identity.
If you really want to get into the gritty details, we can go over how many American creative works were heterosexual CTD vs those LGBTQ+ CTD, compare it to a recent paper's approximation of LGBTQ+ demographics timeline and see if they're getting over-representation than their own demographics in the American population. I'm sure there are plenty of available sources out there easy to compile.