The Anita Sarkeesian-owned nonprofit Feminist Frequency has long been criticized for its sex-negative approach to video game criticism. But who knew they would take it a step further by going after the perverse sexual desires of an employee at the uber-progressive gaming site Polygon.
In a moment of openness and humility, Polygon’s video producer Nick Robinson confessed to his Twitter followers he masturbated to Krystal, the anthropomorphic blue fox from Star Fox Adventures.
no offense but anyone who acts like they didn't jack off to Krystal from Star Fox Adventures is lying to you
— Nick Robinson (@Babylonian) March 27, 2017
Feminist Frequency was angered that these kinds of atypical sexual desires could exist in the leftwing video game community and lashed out.
In the fetish community, this kind of criticism is known as “kink shaming.” Feminist Frequency is “othering” Robinson’s deeply held and biologically hardwired fetish for blue foxes trapped in crystals.
We at Heat Street have always held a libertarian view towards perverted antisocial kinks like masturbating to anthropomorphic video game characters and we hope Polygon will join us in pushing back against the evils of kink shaming.
The real object to be shamed is Feminist Frequency for letting its outdated views towards furry fetish get in the way of their real mission of removing side boobs from video games. Shame! Shame! Shame!