(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) The woke publisher, Electronic Arts, and developer, Maxis, of the video game Sims 4, a part of the famous video game series for kids 12 and older, decided on Tuesday to allow players to add “top surgery” scars that come from breast removal and chest binders to be the characters they play, receiving both backlash and praise.
Libs of TikTok broke the news in its classic fashion, using the Left’s own absurdity to expose its subversive agendas and ridiculous dogmas.
The Sims game announced a new update which has the option to make a teen character non-binary or transgender by giving them double mastectomy scars and chest binders.
The Sims is advertised for ages 12+
They’re teaching young healthy girls that it’s ok to chop off their breasts pic.twitter.com/pL3IKviqQB
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) February 1, 2023
People on Twitter criticized the decision, according to the Daily Mail.
“God this sucks,” political commentator Ian Miles Cheong responded, while America First Legal President Stephen Miller criticized the move as “Atrocious.”
The founder of Wrong Speak Publishing and a columnist at Human Events, Adam B. Coleman, also pointed out the trend of normalization of a deviation from the norm.
“The normalization of mutilation.”
Some people decided to boycott EA, Maxis and the video game series by deleting the game from their computers and video game consoles.
“Just deleted the app and telling all my family and friends to do the same. Bye,” one user said, according to the Daily Mail.
Another user agreed with the strategy.
“I am uninstalling @TheSims and I will never play it or any of their products ever again. And I recommend you do the same. This is pure evil.”
However, the woke video game industry and journalists supported the decision of EA and Maxis.
“Vadish, we love it!” Xbox, a video game platform that belongs to Microsoft wrote, referring to the made-up language that characters in the Sims universe use. In “Simlish,” “Vadish” means “thank you.”
Journalists praised the decision, too.
Gaming website Kotaku also approved the decision by saying that it reaches out to disabled people who like to play the game.
“There are also medical wearables, such as glucose monitors and hearing aids, which makes The Sims 4 all more inclusive for the disability community as well. It’s good s***.”
This is not the first time when EA and Maxis decided to show their crazy political ideology. In May 2022, they announced that the game will allow its players to use they/them pronouns.
Back in 2014, the game also allowed players to have so-called same-sex marriages and relationships.