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  • The Sims now allows gender non-binary characters
  • The Sims now allows gender non-binary characters
    Thomas Hawk (2015) ©
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The Sims now allows gender non-binary characters

The Sims has removed gender divisions. While earlier versions of the game restricted the haircuts, clothes and physiques players could give characters, an update will make all content accessible regardless of gender – ideal for a new generation of players who are more accepting of sexual fluidity.

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