Polygon can not and will not take away Ugandan Knuckles from VRChat
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As a fan of the “ Ugandan Knuckles “ meme on VRChat, I believe that Polygon ( the online news source ) , is not correct in their judgement of the meme. They state that the meme is “problematic”, as well as that the goal of the players is to “pester other players” and “mock” the Ugandan culture, which is completely untrue, as well as unfair. After saying these things, Julia Alexander of Polygon continues to belittle the meme, as well as state that Polygon has contacted VRChat Inc. about the meme, asking for a “possible plan of action” from them. This, to me and my fellow “bruddas”, is unacceptable.
Polygon, by doing this, is trying to limit our freedom of speech. The article by Polygon states that the people playing as Ugandan Knuckles are racist, as well as say that we belittle the Ugandan culture. This is obviously not the case, as the players of VRChat installed the game for the purpose of having fun and interacting with other players. People only do this to make friends and have fun, and fit in to a community - and that is perfectly fine. There is no hatred of the Ugandan peoples being spread in any way, and we as a community promotes kindness.
We need to fight back, as a community. We need to send a message to Polygon that they cannot stop us “bruddas”. WE WILL SHOW DEM DE WAY!
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