Stop Discriminatory Marketing and Create Content for Women

Stop Discriminatory Marketing and Create Content for Women

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The content so many gaming and media companies are putting forward is grossly imbalanced, primarily appealing to boys and men with high sex drives. While there's no argument against the marketability of this type of content, I also very much see a gap in the market waiting to be filled. That gap is a similar genre of content geared towards the tastes of women, girls, and gay men and Konami is a big-name offender who can turn the tables and set an example.

We need to create content that meets the needs and demands of the rest of the population. Stop ignoring the fact that females and gay men have sex drives that are just as relevant as everyone else's.

I have brought this issue up to various online communities and have been met with strong favor from consumers of all ages, genders, and other demographics. While I won't argue for or against discontinuing the kind of content currently being marketed, I feel there is a strong need to revisit the content being put out and prioritize a stronger emphasis on creating content for those whose needs are not currently being met. I believe companies that takes steps in this direction will be met with very positive support and will not only notice no decrease in profitability but will notice an increase in sales over time by women like me as they not only begin to sell us the things we're waiting eagerly to throw our money at but also gain our loyalty as a company who cares about equality and meeting the demands of the women in the communities they penetrate.

For one example of evidence to support my point of view, please take a look at the "likes"/"reactions" and comments on the following Facebook post:

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10155783044532024&id=550422023&sfnsn=mo
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