The GJP cried and their tears became his milkshake.
It seems like the female cosplayer Ashley Riot was forced to put on some pants on her Cammy cosplay at the CEO 2016 Gaming event. This should have been a non-issue on so many levels, but because we've allowed common sense to fly out the window this is what we'll get from here on after. You know who is the most judgemental beings toward women? Either they're envious simply because they see them as competition.
Sexism is one thing, but can we all agree that the pendulum has now swung the other way, and this whole feminsit issue has gotten way out of hand.
Oftentimes there are jokes in the gaming community that Social Justice Warriors want nothing more than for women more attractive than them to wear nothing but hijabs, but sometimes those jokes evolve from a meta-cultural meme into an actual policy.
Eventhubs is reporting that cosplayer Ashley Riot was forced to cover up her lower half when cosplaying as Street Fighter character Cammy White at this year’s CEO 2016 event in Orlando, Florida.
The FGC tournament plays host to plenty of cosplayers and fighting game enthusiast from around the globe, but this time someone at the hotel thought that Ashley cosplaying as Cammy was just too risque for public exhibition.
The cosplayer took to Twitter to make it known that she was forced to self-censor in the public venue.
CEO 2016 event organizer Alex Jebailey has been coming under fire all day since the act of censorship transpired.
Jebailey explained that he nor the staff of CEO were trying to censor cosplayers, and that hotel management security explained to Riot that she had to cover up after they received complaints.
Whoever was dissatisfied with a woman taking control of her own sexuality seem to want to drag female empowerment back to the era of the 1950s.
Riot told her followers not to get angry at the CEO staff following the act of censorship, stating that it was the fault of the individual complaining about her legs and butt, and not Jebailey, explaining on Twitter…
“To be clear, the @CEOGaming staff has been amazing and respectful.
I’m mad at the person complaining about MY LEGS SHOWING!!! It’s not his fault the Orlando Wyndham was a bunch if prudes :p he’s a very nice man.” The outfit that she actually wore at CES can be viewed below before she had to cover up.
Lately female sexual empowerment has been coming under fire from the Regressive Left, also known in popular media as the Social Justice Warriors.