A popular video game for teens made an update with graphic transgender propaganda that includes body mutilation.
“The Sims 4,” a “life simulation game,” announced Tuesday kids will now be able to give characters “top scars” from breast removal surgery.
Under the “Top Surgery Scar,” the EA game writes that players have the “option for Teen and older male Sims (masculine or feminine frame) to add a Top Surgery Scar to their Sims.”
It’s also adding transgender “Binders and Shapewear” for “your Teen and older Sims” in the new update.
“They’re teaching young healthy girls that it’s ok to chop off their breasts,” Libs of TikTok said on Twitter.
The Sims game announced a new update which has the option to make a teen character non-binary or transgender by giving them double mastectomy scars and chest binders.— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) February 1, 2023
The Sims is advertised for ages 12+
They’re teaching young healthy girls that it’s ok to chop off their breasts pic.twitter.com/pL3IKviqQB
“Atrocious,” America First Legal President Stephen Miller said.
“It’s criminal,” Arion Holliman said.
“The normalization of mutilation,” Adam B. Coleman tweeted.
“If grooming in the real world wasn’t bad enough, now there’s grooming in the metaverse,” the account “Gays Against Groomers” posted. “Why is @TheSims now promoting body mutilation and self harm to boys and girls? This is not “inclusive” or “affirming” it is a virtual gateway drug with real life consequences.”
The Left, including XBox, is celebrating the update.
Finally able to give our transmasculine and nonbinary Sims top surgery scars. I love the realism. @TheSims, you have no idea how many people you just helped by being able to see themselves in this game. Imagine all the in the closet trans kids who see this update 🥲 #TheSims4 pic.twitter.com/xCJforMNbt— T_Sizzler (@make_it_sizzle) January 31, 2023
OMG I JUST DID MY TOP SURGERY AND NOW MY SIMS CAN HAVE THE SCAR TOO!!!!! IM GOING TO CRY https://t.co/iX0TJmfcmi— reneé (@r_eneebee) January 31, 2023
The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) gives the Electronic Arts (EA) game a “Teen” rating, meaning its “content is generally suitable for ages 13 and up.”