Tifa's Tits controversy
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The Tifa's Tits controversy stemmed from a harassment campaign conducted primarily through the use of the "ethics department" at Square Enix.
Beginning in June 2019, a harassment campaign targeted several female characters in Japanese video games; notably Final Fantasy character Tifa Lockhart.
- 1 Original Character Design of Tifa Lockhart
- 2 Harassment
- 3 Community Response
- 4 Google Response
- 5 Possible Anita Involvement (Feminist Frequency)
- 6 See Also
- 7 References
Original Character Design of Tifa Lockhart
- white panties and short mini-skirt
- big breasts 
- long legs
In FFVII remake, the original Tifa design has been rejected and a new woke 'burqa' design is used:
- black underwear
- black fitted tank top
- black thigh highs
- chest restricted
- Outrage, anger, panic 
- Even More CENSORSHIP 
Possible Anita Involvement (Feminist Frequency)
Anita Sarkeesian offers confidential consulting services to AAA game industry   
It is therefore possible that the ethics department at Square Enix has either asked Anita for advice or Anita has contacted them directly and offered them her services, anything deemed 'sexist' would then be removed.
𝙳𝙳𝙳 𝙲𝚞𝚙 𝙳𝚎𝚗𝚒𝚊𝚕: "The original breasts were completely unrealistic and looked ridiculous in FMV's." 
- EUROGAMER: "Square Enix has an ethics department and it told the Final Fantasy 7 remake developers to 'restrict' Tifa's chest"
- Original Tifa Design (GIF)
- New Tifa Design
- KotakuInAction2 thread
- KotakuInAction thread
- KotakuInAction: Tifa DLC
- KotakuInAction thread: "Google put 'Tifa' on the autocomplete blocklist"
- ANITA SARKEESIAN CONSULTING SERVICES
- Twitter: Anita offers consulting to CD PROJEKT RED
- GameFAQs Message Boards: "Should Anita Sarkeesian be a consultant for FFVII Remake and other PS4 games?"
- GameFAQs Message Board: "I don't think they'll change tifa."