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The Sims series continues to improve in terms of diversity with each iteration. Same-gender relationships have been possible since the original Sims, with all characters seemingly plurisexual and open to relationships with either of the binary genders the game's character creator allows. In The Sims 2, sexuality becomes more fluid, with a preference for one gender over the other becoming part of each character's traits. This scale influences the … [read more]