quote KellySue667You couldn't implement something like this into a game without offending a lot of people. Disorders such as autism have a variety of symptoms and are shown in different ways for different people. It is a spectrum disorder meaning that there is more than one type of autism and it has a range of varied effects. You put in one type of autism in Sims and say that's what autism is and you're stereotyping everybody that suffers from it and you offend them all.I would be all for disabilities and illnesses. I would love to have a sim be wheelchair bound or autisum or Downs Syndrom. Not sure how it would be implemented in the game. But I would LOVE to have the choices to have more realistic sims.
quote lightsaber duelI am disabled! I totally wouldn't mind disabled Sims. I can't walk. People make fun of me for that. I IGNORE them. I'm smarter than the average person anyway. I wouldn't mind a sim with crutches or wheelchair. It would add a new aspect to the game. But they wouldn't do it because people would be to aggravated. But there is a hospital maybe they could use it for more than babies...quote NancydectiveHay! My younger brother has Austim and it's SUPER hard for me to live a normal life! At school I got teased and got called "Retard Rachel" and I couldn't go anywhere like Dream World because we couldn't afford someone to care for him. I'm surprised my parents got me this computer when I was little because we where so poor. (Oh look, now I'm going on about my life, shut up!)disabilities!!! (I don't care there are like 4 thread over on the official forum talking about it) Since its unfair for EA to have Gays/Lesbians in the game but not have disabilities? What about have sickness that way they can actually have vacation days to get better. But no dying in car accidents!!
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