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Sexy PUBG Camel Toe “Removed Because Feminists”

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Top multiplayer title PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (which has been quickly gathering popularity in the eastern hemisphere) was recently discovered to have a “camel toe” on one of its female models, a sexy new detail that has since been removed and was claimed by developers to have been “unintended”.

Despite the fact that the camel toe was only visible on one specific model when it was pants-less and was barely noticeable from far away, one Reddit user managed to discover it and posted about it, with the new addition naturally spawning numerous jokes from the community:

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One feminist found out about this inexcusable detail however and demanded its removal, causing others to swiftly join her “cause”:

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These complaints ended up reaching Brendan Greene’s Twitter (the game’s creator), who stated that the camel toe would soon be removed:

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According to him, the model was bought from an outsourced artist two years ago and has not been altered since then, even though the camel toe did not become visible until the release of the December 9th patch.

The revert back to the “less offensive” model prompted many to claim that the developers gave in to feminists and SJWs since the game has had male bulges for an extremely long time and still does:

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