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3:41 AM on 09.20.2013 // Johnel Lance
Update: Next RWBY Review and Apparently 14 Year Olds Can't Cry

So yeah first things first RWBY will have the next review when Episode 10 hits Youtube and will cover 8 and 9 as well for the one sea sponge waiting on that.

Now I thought about doing a long form paper on this but it is late so for now I would just like to bring it up.

See I want you to read the first thing in this article from Cracked...

http://www.cracked.com/blog/6-sexist-video-game-problems-even-bigger-than-breasts/

Also when it was just by Cracked Staff I should have known.

Now I like Cracked at times but the first item on this list really messed with me. Now I might have an issue with the other listed items, except Other M because well Other M, but I just want to talk about something mentioned in the first one.

Basically for some reason it makes a claim that Ellie's emotional break down after hacking up the face of someone that tried to violate her is sexist because she does it around Joel.

I will repeat that apparently a 14 year old girl freaking out after hacking the face of somebody up after almost being violated is sexist of the game makers because there is a male character that she is breaking down to.

It is baffling that out of all the more real cases, Other M, you could really talk on the first thing is to drive right into stupid town were context, character, and logic don't matter. Well that and apparently the 14 year old girl doesn't count as a child but whatever.

So yeah this was probably a ramble and I might do a better run down some day but for now leave anything you want to say in the comments.
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