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Some in society like to hurl insults like "nerd" and worse at people who enjoy video games, or at least used to, but they might be surprised to learn that video games make you better at sex, better at driving, and pretty good at other things too. Numerous studies have shown that gamers possess aptitudes in many areas that might surprise those who have adopted certain stereotypical views of those who enjoy mowing down hordes of hellspawn in Diablo or blowing away the competition in Call of Duty. Video games sometimes get a bad rap from the uninformed.
Attempts to grapple with sex maturely in gaming remain elusive—though there were some standouts in Cable and even old-fashioned broadcast TV now feature explicit sex routinely, whereas games, on balance, offer cruder visions of humans in erotic scenarios.
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Worse, games are still judged by double standards. On the other hand, agency in games gives players broader authorial control over their experience.
The payoff might be the act itself, a typically non-interactive sequence in which lovers are depicted doing what lovers do. Dragon Age: Inquisition continues that tradition, allowing players to pursue friendships that can morph into romantic relationships with its cast of secondaries, be they male or female, human or not. Sometimes humans behave very badly, and sometimes holding up mirrors involves guileful irreverence.
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But sex in Grand Theft Auto V— often raucous, violent and ridiculous—is hardly a celebration of bad behavior. This is a game that views both women and men through a lens absurdly. It is art. Write to Matt Peckham at matt.
By Matt Peckham. The Leadership Brief. Conversations with the most influential leaders in business and tech.
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