Call of Duty faces 'Bud Light treatment'

Popular first person shooter game Call of Duty is facing the 'Bud Light treatment' after they installed 'trans bullets' into their latest game. The bullets have a cosmetic design that matches the transgender flag and now gamers are calling for people to stop playing the popular shooter game.

Some folks are wondering why companies keep pushing the pride and gay stuff into their products, wondering why there's a big push to promote a sexual preference. X user Frank Bojazi said: "I dunno why this stuff needs to carry over into everything. No one cares who you’re banging. Just stop rubbing it in everyone’s face for no reason." That user is me. When I say that, it's because I don't know what the purpose of promoting a sexual lifestyle choice in products is. Like, what's the point of that? It seems to be turning people off and causing resentment among other people.

When it comes down to it, I don't think anyone truly cares if someone is gay or trans, but I do see a growing resentment among people who simply don't want it pushed in their face. Netflix is another example. They constant insert gay or bi-characters into shows or movies where it serves no purpose other than to do it for the sake of having it. In most cases, it offers nothing to the plot or has anything to do with the story. It's just there for the sake of doing it, but these companies are almost alienating the majority of their viewers by doing this.

I say this - do whatever you want with your dating life because no one cares what you do. You do you. You enjoy yourself. But I don't think we need to promote alternative lifestyles to the mainstream, mostly for a business reason - and that's because most people don't really want to see it. And I don't think there's any hate or bigotry in this, it's just that the mainstream prefers a typical lifestyle as the norm, so I think producers and companies should stick to that to keep their majority audience happy.

For me, personally, I don't want to see two dudes kissing on a Netflix show and I don't think there should be any propaganda in a video game. I think that's inappropriate. Does that mean I hate gay people? Not at all, I hope they're happy and living their lives just like I am. But, I just don't want to randomly see it during shows, nor do I think it's appropriate to promote to children in video games.
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