You misunderstand love for getting your dick hard over it.
I don't need to wanna wank to something to understand it.
And by day one I meant from the moment you started addressing me. I don't care what the word means to you, it doesn't change how your behaviour is and trying to hide behind some meagre justification instead of owning up to it just shows how much you don't understand, and most likely don't care either. Which is sad, because I'm not here to start fights with people and I'd prefer if we just got along and had fun talking about Mortal Kombat... so when someone like you insists on being an asshole to people you disagree with, whether it is because of something MK-related or just because you have something against them due to your bigotted mindset... it's just sad. Stroking your priviledged ego just makes you look more ignorant than ever.
By the way, if we're going to talk about statistics of who plays these games and who the majority is, then it would be a good idea to look here:
And more MK specifically, this is the closest thing I could find:
So it gives us a clearer picture of who buys these games... Horny teens, not so much. Mostly guys though, sure.
Yet again, NRS has proven that they are willing to represent minorities into their roster. They are still minorities, sure, but they are part of it now. They are not ignored. And NRS listens to them. ♥
There were a lot of strong female representatives in MKX's story mode. Even the main hero was a female character. That's a commendable step for NRS, considering how male-centric these games are.
So to spin it back to the main topic again...
I don't worry much about MK11 when it comes to representing minorities. Mileena might not be in the game, but that doesn't mean there won't be awesome and strong female characters in it. I'm personally rooting for Jade to make a return.
Kitana and Mileena have that Psylocke and Elektra inspiration about them. So she's as "original" as everyone else on the roster, really.