In an effort to gauge people's views on the new legislation, we at Neckbeard News decided to "take to the streets" by logging onto XBox Live, where we got to interview people in-game:
What are your opinions on the new E-Burqa law?
"I'm all for it, man. I mean, if you think about it, girls who use words such as 'princess' and 'jennifer' in their gamertags are obviously just doing it for the attention. In my opinion, it's not right as the whole girl gamer thing completely degrades the integrity of the gaming community, which is something that we gamers have built up over the years. In fact, if you really want my opinion on the matter, I think that Obama should go one step further and—Hold on just a sec while I quickscope this nig*erfa*g real quick. W-WHAT?! WHAT THE F**K! OH DUDE! DID YOU SEE THAT? DID YOU F**KING SEE THAT? HOW THE F**K DID THAT CAMPING SP*C B**TARD MANAGE TO KILL ME WHEN I SHOT HIM FIRST?"
Do you think that the E-Burqa law is a good thing?
"I think that your mom is a good thing, you p*ssy-ass fa*got."
Do you think the new law is sexist?
"Of course not. I find it funny how feminists are so quick to call things sexist. Think about it for a second. Here, we have a bunch of self-entitled women who want to turn online gaming into some sort of place where they can be worshipped by a bunch of white knights. It's ridiculous - why not just choose a gender neutral gamertag, instead of trying to draw attention to your femininity? You know, it's funny - For decades, we were called nerds for pursuing our obscure gaming interests. Now, they wan't to be apart of it all? Well f**k that, man. F**k that!"
More to follow as we get it...