Well then there you go, the only measurable detail is one that has never been shown in a video game (to my knowledge), and with the fact that miis are wholesomely customizable regardless of gender with the only gender defined point being either red or blue, I think that is pretty alright for what so many claim is a "bigoted homophobe". Of course the whole marrying aspect and having kids is gonna be different for gays, a lot of the world isn't okay with gay marriage, does the game really bother going so deep as to establish civil partnerships when it is clearly just a humorous simulator? The aspects of marriage are layed on a foundation of trading people for goods after all, I think it'd be rather nice to have a whole different way to do it that works in the same aspects of marriage but is purely about the bonding of two people who love each other.ReservoirAngel said:Speaking as one of the gays, being gay IS essentially the same thing as being heterosexual. The only real tangible, measurable difference is the specifics of the genitals involved in the sex and since I doubt a Nintendo game like this will feature interactive sex scenes, I doubt anyone's going to be screaming that first hypothetical all that much.ProfMcStevie said:Just an odd note, but isn't it wrong to have the CHOICE of being gay seen as it isn't, or being able to romance whoever you wish in a game? I also think there is no way to win these sort of situations, let them be gay and you get "its just like being hetero, you just skinned it essentially!", make it special and you get "why are gays not treated equally!" there is no right answer. I think that it should reflect the real world, and that most of the world is straight, some people are gay, and some are bisexual. There, all games are JUST life the real world, if you have problems then tell that to life itself, you are being fully represented, pat yourself on the back!