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Although mainly used in video games for its comedic value, gender confusion has also been used as a tool to offer social commentary about sexism or homophobia.
The censorship codes of Nintendo and Sega limited the usage of gender inversion to exclusion of cross-dressing until 1994. 2 character Birdo, who was described as thinking he was a girl and wanting to be called "Birdetta" in early editions of the English instruction manual (the Japanese one simply stating that Catherine, as the character is known in Japan, wishes to be called "Cassie" because it sounds cuter), was changed to a more definite female until Super Smash Bros.
Maniac Mansion: Day of the Tentacle featured a futuristic beauty contest that featured oddly-dressed humans.
One person with whom the player can interact is Harold, who is dressed like a woman but is referred to as a man by other characters as well as referring to himself as one.
In this interactive movie point and click adventure the main character meets more than one homosexual character (amongst them his "antagonist"), some of which flirt with him openly.
A semi-historical-subplot about the homosexual feelings of Ludwig II is also an important part of the storyline.
In 1990, Capcom presented Nintendo with a version of the game for the 16-bit Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES).
According to David Sheff's book Game Over, Nintendo stated that Capcom could not put a female enemy in a video game published for the SNES, as that violated Nintendo's ban on violence against women.
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