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I think you were very polite in your suggestions. Looking at the game, it seems like they are employing a concept called femboys, so them presenting as "she" makes sense. Personally, I love the femboys but this is coming from a cis person. And overall, testing the game with LGBTQ testers is a great idea! As it ensures that a game is LGBTQ+ friendly :)

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Only problem is, crossdressing is not lgbt. Funny how many people think that. Or rather a sad symptom how the woke mindset twists so many ideas.

Many a lesbian, gay, bi or transgender, and even qeer person might crossdress. But crossdressing itself is neither of those.

And to say it even more clear, only the transgender would crossdress just because they are under the t umbrella in lgbt, and only as a prelude to their transition. After that, it would no longer be crossdressing.

And overall, testing the game with LGBTQ testers is a great idea! As it ensures that a game is LGBTQ+ friendly :)

Uhm. That is like saying lgbtq testers should playtest skyrim so it becomes lgbtq friendly. This is not how this is supposed to work. Those otokonoko are their own nieche. You need people liking that nieche to playtest and not random lgbtq people forcing their own view into the nieche. That is apropriation ;-)

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As a trans person, I assure you that crossdressing is, in fact, queer.  It doesn't necessarily make a person trans, but it's not straight behavior.

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As a person that likes to know what words mean, I can assure, you, queer does not include crossdressing. You got it backwards. While self identified queer people might engage in an activity they call crossdressing*, this does not make crossdressing queer .  

If you disagree, I suggest you educate the nitpickers at wikipedia. Because they define queer as   an umbrella term for people who are not heterosexual or are not cisgender. And there is not a single word about crossdressing on that page.

And the page for cross-dressing reads   The term "cross-dressing" refers to an action or a behavior, without attributing or implying any specific causes or motives for that behavior.

And if you do, that is prejudice on your part. Might wanna think about that.

Also, there is no such thing as straight or unstraight  behaviour. Every person is capable of feeling all feelings and doing all activities for fun that are usually attributed to the other gender or the other sexualities. With the trivial exceptions that are word defining.

* I am not convinced that this activity can be called crossdressing for a trans or a queer person. They want to reaffirm their felt gender, so it is not crossdressing to them. What would crossdressing for a mtf look like? Wearing male clothes again?