As the leader of the witch hunt against Rockstar Games, makers of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, for hidden sex features locked away in the game’s code, Miami attorney Jack Thompson is now turning his prudish gaze on those pansexual inhabitants of Pleasantville, The Sims! Apparently Mr. Thompson has discovered that the “blur” over the Sims’ nongenitals can be turned off, revealing… smooth, blank nothingness! However, in his words, “The blur is an admission that even the ‘Ken and Barbie’ features should not be displayed.”
His objection is, of course, retarded nonsense. With that said, let’s talk about the real sex mods you can find for The Sims. The original Sims game has a wealth of kinky add-ons you can purchase and download, include an automatic spanking machine, adult magazines/video (with full masturbation functionality), a blowjob changing room, and infinite dominatrix outfits and sexual positions. Check out this old Fleshbot article for even more sexy fun with the original Sims. The Sims 2, which I have wasted countless hours playing in the past few weeks thanks to the birthday generosity of one of my loyal readers, has fewer options, but there are anatomically correct nude skins available for both humans and aliens.
If you are offended by animated people doing the nasty, please visit Jack Thompson’s sex web site, or email him directly here.
On the flip side of the lawyer/vigilante coin: Hero of the common man Eliot Spitzer just nailed Sony for paying radio stations to play their crap music, including such shams as J. Lo and Franz Ferdinand! We all knew this was happening, but I personally thought it was legal. I wonder if it is still okay to bribe bloggers by giving them fancy electronic presents. My message to Sony execs: I will say whatever you want about J. Lo, but please make sure the item costs at least $50. The Showgirls: VIP Edition DVD would be excellent. Thanks.