In the end, does it really matter?
I look at everyone in Home as a fellow (and equal) gamer. I treat each fairly and equally, without prejudice. It is how a person interacts with the community (and myself) that will determine how I deal and interact with them.
Your 6 year old granddaughter has NO BUSINESS being on home.
It is against the Sony Terms of Service, which states the MINIMUM age of users be 13.
You are being irresponsible and violating the TOS. The account in question should be suspended.
RESPECT is FREE. You will get what you give.
This "discussion" has been inactive for almost a year. Scroll up to see the date. During that time attitudes may have changed. Why bring it back?
lol yeah i figured this thread was long since dead XD btw i know alot of people who use oposite gender clothing both male and female so what case closed been said time and time again as im sure it dose in an earlier post as it dose in other post simular to this one hope this one gets locked
2 reasons why guys buy female clothing on home
1. To deceive people.
2. They play for the "other" team
That isn't completely true. I'm a male, and I buy female clothing for my female avatar because I personally think females have better clothing than males on Home. I honestly think I have more female stuff than male stuff.
I'm not deceiving anyone, and am completely straight.
I use it to protect my female friends. If she is the only one in our group, she will be targeted. So all the guys in my group would change to female and continue to chat. Home is a social place not a dating service.
LOL and just exactly how does someone "PROTECT" another avatar ?
lol, silly question. Everyone knows there's the "get ready" stance to scare off players. but seriously, everyone should play as they want to. I was at an arcade today and saw a girl playing tekken. She kept on choosing Law (the bruce lee looking guy). At first I was thinking "wow, that's weird, why doesn't she play as Asuka or something" but then I realized it doesn't matter. As long as you're not trying to purposefully deceive someone with ill intentions then it shouldn't matter.