Presenting ‘boner culture,’ this Gamergate blogger’s most recent reason

Step aside women’s activists, there’s another culture war not too far off. Meet ““boner culture,”,” where everything must be about cis men’s erections.

The term was instituted by none other than Gamergate “journalist” William Usher, tweeting for his blog One Angry Gamer. Throughout the end of the week, Usher wrote a post on Mortal Kombat 11’s Jade, criticizing game developer NetherRealm Studios for making the common character “fully covered up just like the other women on the roster” to make sure she won’t “tantalize men.” He proceeded to separate Jade’s new look in every last bit of her unexposed wonder, analyzing just how NetherRealm has let down Mortal Kombat’s biggest fans: horny gamers

“As you can see, they gave her a zombified skin tone and made sure that there is zero cleavage on display,” Usher explained. “Her boobs are duly shrunk, and not only does she have boob armor on but she has an undersuit on underneath that, so you literally cannot see anything.”

Heartbreaking. At the point when the story hit Twitter under the feature “Mortal Kombat 11 Adds Jade To The Roster, Who Is Fully Covered Up And Lacking Sex Appeal,” the story wasn’t gotten well, as most Mortal Kombat fans by and large like to play the game as opposed to masturbate to it.

The negative reactions weren’t lost on Usher, and as reactions poured in, he multiplied down on his unique point. After one Twitter client called attention to that Mortal Kombat 11 has an costume selection system, Usher bounced in to guard his piece by belligerence for the benefit of “boner culture,” the most vital of every gamer culture.

“The verdict is still out on whether [or] not [the developers] added any sexy-time gear pieces to the game,” Usher tweeted on Feb. 18. “For the sake of boner culture, hopefully the sexy outfits are still a viable option via the gear customization.”

For the record, Usher shows up courageous by the backlash. While reacting to a dunk that called his tweet “an almost ironic joke,” he reacted, “there ain’t nothing ironic about boner culture.” One day after the underlying “boner culture” tweet, Usher also published an article saying Warner Brothers and “SJW journalists” are “buttblasted” over the controversy.

Concerning whether Usher really has faith in “boner culture,” who knows. @9_volt_ disclosed to the DailyDot that he has “had fun mocking [Usher’s] site for years now,” but even he is confused if the “boner culture” statement is serious or just a creepy joke.

“If you look at the history of his website it is not that hard to believe that he was being serious,” @9_volt_ told the Daily Dot over DM. “But if I had to guess, I would say he was trying to be funny and failed miserably. Or succeeded, depending on how you look at it.” Or on the other hand succeeded, contingent upon what you look like at it.”

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