07-06-2011 04:56 AM - edited 07-06-2011 04:59 AM
The one thing on PlayStation Home that really makes me cringe, is the amount of slutty clothes there are for females.
What about us tomboy girls?
In real life I wear boy shorts, i wear baggy jeans, I wear hoodies, I wear sneakers, I wear t-shirts that DON'T cling and I have short hair.
Why am I not able to implement this on my avatar? Because Sony are very sexist, or at least this is how I feel.
Now I don't care if anyone trolls this thread or tries to get a rise out of me, because I'm really not bothered.
When...WHEN are the females going to get some non-slutty clothing? Because I'm forced to dress in skirts and bikini's because that's what Sony and their developers thing ALL girls want.
I don't wear skirts and bikini's in real life. I don't wear heels either, nor dor I have long hair!
The only baggy jeans I've seen, are from Dizzee Rascal. I don't like Dizzee Rascal.
Plus, the only decent hoody I've seen is from Stereophonics. I don't like the Stereophonics.
This is the 21st century!
C'mon Sony! You can do better than this! You proved you can in E3 today!
If you want some examples and some ideas, go down the local gay bar and check out a few of the tomboy lesbians.
on 07-06-2011 09:35 AM
on 07-06-2011 10:36 AM
I thnk everyone has a diffrent style they feel comfortable wearing in real life and in home. Some like to i dunno fell comfortable showing a bit of skin while others like to feel secure and covered. Its not that unreasanable to ask sony or the 3rd party Devs to cater for the ones that want a decent selection of outfits that look casual and cover a bit more. its all down to personal taste. and what makes the person feel comfortable. they shouldnt get harrased because of the way they look. its the 21st century everyone has diffrent tastes and comfort zones with clothes.
ok it sounds like i am rambling... sorry but didt know how to word what i wanted to say. Hope i made a bit of sense at least lol
on 07-06-2011 07:44 PM
There are several pair's of jean's besides the dizzy rascal 1's,as i have several pair's plus hoodie's,also i think it's unfair to say slutty,each to their own as to what they wear, home is a virtual world ,time for fun,be who u want,make friend's etc,i treat it just like playing the sim's game.The best thing i have on home is the great friend's i've made.
on 07-06-2011 09:15 PM
on 08-06-2011 05:20 PM
08-06-2011 05:36 PM - edited 08-06-2011 05:41 PM
Well well well, Please define "slutty"?Yes it is the 21st century well spotted & yes women do dress in a far more "masculine" way these days which is a big pity looking @ the teenage pregnancy statistics its probably the "I'm ugly & unloved feeling" associated with the dress sense that's the cause of so many young women with 6 kids to 5 different dads, in my day they (1980's) were called "sluts" (just a 40 something's BIASED opinion)? But anyway if your powers of observation were half as good you might try looking properly in all the shops in home not just "Threads" & you will find loads of "manly" women's clothes for sale (not freebies)
Alternatively since your clearly very "masculine" perhaps a male avatar & wardrobe might be more relevant? After all as you rightly say "It is the 21st century" No offence intended because as previously pointed out by others its just pixels & not real life
I also notice that you are in a minority on the subject
2/10 troll post.
Ok start, but the overuse of smileys to get a point across, pointless arguing for arguings sake, general idiocy, awful suggestions to "fix" (read: badly insult) the OP's "problem" (read: casual discussion to suggest a more varied amount of clothing for a larger audience) and finally a bad dig at the OP creates more laughability than rage-inducement.
If however, you wern't trolling, i'd like you to read back your post then tell me where you may have gone wrong.
It's the things i wrote first by the way
on 08-06-2011 05:38 PM
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