Regarding your character edits

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#1 by [deleted]
2019-05-28 at 04:05
At least three times I've had to fix your "corrections" to characters' gender that was left blank for spoiler-related reasons. Please stop making assumptions in cases like this where you're obviously not familiar with the game. It just creates confusion and more work for other people.
#2 by animedubamerica
2019-05-28 at 04:31
I just found them to be confusing, but if it works better leaving them blank, then I will lay off. Thanks for letting me know.
#3 by animedubamerica
2019-05-28 at 04:33
Also, how do you send people messages? I don't know how to do so.
#4 by [deleted]
2019-05-28 at 10:49
You can't send private messages here, but if you go to a user profile and click the Discussions tab, you can start a discussion thread there and they'll get a notification.
#5 by animedubamerica
2019-05-28 at 17:47
Thanks.
#6 by animedubamerica
2019-05-30 at 05:02
Tell me, are you fine with me removing the trap trait from trans characters? Trap doesn't really fit a transgender.
#7 by [deleted]
2019-05-30 at 14:31
Again, I'd say you probably shouldn't edit it if you haven't played the game, because there could be a reason for it, e.g. a character is introduced in one game as a crossdresser, but then transitions in another game. Also the Transgender trait is very broad compared to the Transsexual trait, so it's possible for the Trap and Transgender traits to both apply to a character who crossdresses and is implied to be trans, but doesn't explicitly identify as a transwoman and doesn't physically transition.
#8 by animedubamerica
2019-05-31 at 21:00
Should I undo my changes then, or just leave them be?
#9 by [deleted]
2019-06-02 at 04:38
I guess just leave them for now? I've fixed the ones that I knew were wrong, and anyone else familiar with other characters you've edited can fix them if they're wrong.
#10 by animedubamerica
2019-06-02 at 07:20
Very well then
#11 by animedubamerica
2019-06-05 at 09:39
I've decided to revert them back, but please hear me out on this. The real definition of a trap is someone who's sex is male, and is mistaken for female, regardless of their gender identity.

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