Now this is just downright embarrassing, even for male feminist standards.
Bobby Finger of Jezebel is claiming that the site will not review “No Man's Sky” because “we find the name of this 'first person space travel' game to be distasteful, offensive, and shamelessly anti-feminist”.
In the article, titled, “Why Isn't it Called No Woman's Sky?” he goes on to add that “Jezebel will not be reviewing—or even playing—No Man’s Sky”.
Bobby Finger must have been a big supporter of Mauril Belanger's butchering of O Canada by changing “in all thy sons command” to “in all of us command”.
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Finger finishes with “in a game that claims to take place inside 'an infinite procedurally generated galaxy,' there should be more than enough room for equality.”
How does that even make sense? Equality? How can you talk about equality when your headline essentially asks the game to be called “No Woman's Sky”?
Semantics, dude. Semantics.
What. A. Cuck.
Is it possible that this was a ploy intended to create traffic and thereby give Jezebel sister site Kotaku web hits by proxy?
Sure. Do I believe it?
The very fact I have to ask myself that says a lot about today's society. When Finger's other articles include “I Love Poot Lovato's Uncredited Cameo In Titanic” and “Isn't This Commercial For Jockey Underwear Weird?” one has to ask is it that far-fetched to believe that he/the site won't review the game because of its name?
Oh, and don't forget this gem of a headline “How It Really Feels to Be the Only Man at Jezebel”.
That's debatable. And depends entirely on your definition of 'man'.
By not reviewing the game, Jezebel has proven what a disgrace to mankind they are. Yes, I said mankind. Deal with it.