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Why won't Sims or Tropico support traditional marriage?

 

Where is the choice to stand up for traditional marriage?

Cordova, TN; May 26, in the year of our Lord 2014--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is baffled that two well known simulation franchises refuse to include DOMA (Defense of Marriage Act). Why won't Sims or Tropico support traditional marriage? It is a simple question. One that has far reaching ramifications. Are these video game franchises trying to change public opinion? Are they trying to brainwash gamers into accepting one choice on a hot button issue? Have they picked a side and done it in a deceptive manner? Are the people behind those games working to redefine marriage?

The whole offensive apology from Nintendo of America over Tomodachi Life got me thinking. Plenty of video game sites went on the attack. They went after Nintendo for not being progressive. For not bowing down to the threats of the sexual deviants. For not including a redefinition of marriage in their upcoming hand held video game release. The Sims and Tropico were brought up as examples of how it should be done. Something about that bothered me. It wasn’t because Family Friendly Gaming has the exact opposite belief and opinion on this issue. There was something deeper going on. After much prayer and research I found it.

The Sims and Tropico franchises are brought up as examples because they include the ability to redefine marriage. Know what those franchises are missing? The ability to promote, cherish, honor, and support traditional marriage. Take Tropico for example. You can issue an edict to redefine marriage and allow homosexuals to marry someone of the same sex. You can not issue any edicts that support traditional marriage. Why not? Why can’t we say we want to show our support for traditional definitions? Why are we denied that choice? If the people behind these games find one choice valid, why do they purposely exclude the other one? Shouldn’t they be fair and include both choices? Shouldn’t the free market decide? Wouldn’t it be interesting to find out how many pick traditional marriage in the game? Are the video game developers afraid of what they would find out? Or are they afraid of attacks from those who claim to celebrate diversity?


God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming

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