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Oh hi there. Thanks for dropping by.

rougelemort:

pk-spankety:

Ness has a new alternate costume!
It is a checked shirt, with the patterns from the background in the first menu in EarthBound.

THIS IS AMAZING NEWS! :D

nakedly:

you are not fat
you have fat 
you also have fingernails 
you are not fingernail 

(via thefuuuucomics)

madlori:

vixyish:

yondamoegi:

dreamsofjade:

hoganddice:

captkylej:

themaskednegro:

bowiesnippleantennae:

whatarefrogs:

JonTron just linked this image as an example of how men are stereotyped and exploited in video games I’m literally laughing out loud holy shit

for anyone who still doesn’t get it notice the background please

Fun fact: topless slave girls are COLLECTIBLES in this game.

See, the problem is that the guys objectification is empowering. You’re empowered because you’re taking advantage of the other objectified people.

Also, can my followers who like guys please comment on whether or not they find this guy sexually attractive?

nah, too much muscle. Muscle is hard… I want something soft to rest my head on! :P the only guy that i’ve ever been attracted to who has looked like this is Jason Momoa. 

I personally like muscles. I adore them. They fascinate me.
But this Conan doesn’t look sexually attractive. He looks like he’s gonna kill me - he’s intimidating and forceful. I’d better stay away from him.
If he looked like this
I’d say “Well, hello sexy.”
Objectification and sexualization don’t really depend on character’s looks, even if they use it to objectificate and sexualize. They depend on character’s purpose and agency.
A girl character can run around with her titties exposed but still could be not sexualized.

Just my 2 cents

ALL OF THIS.

SEE ALSO
The way men in comics/games who dudes like to cite as examples of “male objectification” by being drawn unrealistically muscly, etc…they are not examples of female sexual fantasies, but male power fantasies.  They aren’t counterexamples of female sex objectification, they’re complements to it.
Those pumped-up dudes created by men for media aimed at being consumed by men are still products of the male gaze, but instead of being objects men want to fuck/own, they’re objects that men want to be.

madlori:

vixyish:

yondamoegi:

dreamsofjade:

hoganddice:

captkylej:

themaskednegro:

bowiesnippleantennae:

whatarefrogs:

JonTron just linked this image as an example of how men are stereotyped and exploited in video games I’m literally laughing out loud holy shit

for anyone who still doesn’t get it notice the background please

Fun fact: topless slave girls are COLLECTIBLES in this game.

See, the problem is that the guys objectification is empowering. You’re empowered because you’re taking advantage of the other objectified people.

Also, can my followers who like guys please comment on whether or not they find this guy sexually attractive?

nah, too much muscle. Muscle is hard… I want something soft to rest my head on! :P the only guy that i’ve ever been attracted to who has looked like this is Jason Momoa. 

I personally like muscles. I adore them. They fascinate me.

But this Conan doesn’t look sexually attractive. He looks like he’s gonna kill me - he’s intimidating and forceful. I’d better stay away from him.

If he looked like this

I’d say “Well, hello sexy.”

Objectification and sexualization don’t really depend on character’s looks, even if they use it to objectificate and sexualize. They depend on character’s purpose and agency.

A girl character can run around with her titties exposed but still could be not sexualized.

Just my 2 cents

ALL OF THIS.

SEE ALSO

The way men in comics/games who dudes like to cite as examples of “male objectification” by being drawn unrealistically muscly, etc…they are not examples of female sexual fantasies, but male power fantasies.  They aren’t counterexamples of female sex objectification, they’re complements to it.

Those pumped-up dudes created by men for media aimed at being consumed by men are still products of the male gaze, but instead of being objects men want to fuck/own, they’re objects that men want to be.

(Source: whatareghouls, via greatmastercami)