You know what I love with gijinka’s and humanization?
You can make them in to anything of your own imagination.
People shouldn’t get angry at you for making like a frikin fictional pony
even with religions its like that’s how you see them as a human that’s how you see them it’s a drawing of a fictional pony get over it don’t send hate send critique instead.
Instead of being rude to people and making them not want to like design a gijinka or w/e. Give them critique so they can improve on their art instead to make future gijinka’s look nicer!!!
like seriously okay I’m DONE
HEY HEADS UP PERSONA FANDOM
THAT BIG LONG TEXTPOST ABOUT TRANSPHOBIA IN ATLUS GAMES IS ACTUALLY JUST FROM AN ARGUMENT GENERATOR you can stop freaking out about it now.
Holy fucking shit, it was? Well now I just feel silly. >/////<
(I’m still looking up the original argument out of morbid curiosity though.)
I want a goddamn link right now I wanna try it omg.
Better safe than sorry, though, especially since I think some people were in agreement with it and it’s not like it’s the first time we’ve seen people throw around those kinds of ridiculous accusations.
Someone in the Persona 4 tag…
Is demanding a boycott of Atlus. Explaining this under a read more:
Boycotting has historically worked, yes, but under different circumstances. It’s very important to consider, as you noted, that Atlus Japan creates the games and that boycotting in another reason is not necessarily as effective.
Also can’t boycotting, if it has effects, kind of adversely affect irrelevant workers of the company? Like, the graphics guy doesn’t exactly have that much influence over the concept of a character. They’re given something to work with. But because the product loses its profit, he loses his profit too.
Plus, I doubt enough people will boycott under a unified cause that it can be identified by corporate as a boycott.
SO yeah. Write a letter. It may not be effective, but it’ll be more effective than boycotting. Or hell, even write a letter to Atlus USA. Not as direct as writing to Atlus Japan, but they still may be able to do something about it too, even if it’s not completely under their control.