How Nintendo And Zelda Get Feminism Right

Amidst controversy surrounding Battelfield V’s inclusion of a female protagonist in a historical majority male only setting, I decided to take a look at the recent swell of outrage as well as pandering within a pro-female, progressive political climate. I don’t personally care nearly as much as most people seem to in regards to Battlefield V’s direction, it doesn’t bother me that a woman is featured or even that other games, like Mass Effect: Andromeda clearly include a lot of social politics. However, it does come off as cheaply done and tasteless, even if there isn;t necessarily anything wrong with the underlying message. Nintendo however, has managed to set an amazing example of how to do such things in a more tasteful, accessible, and interesting way. Outro song: I Am Woman by Helen R

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