Literally face-palmed at your reply, you don't even know me dude.
Dont even try. What I learned from the battlefield 5 discussion is that its a waste of time trying to explain. One day, and this day may be close, you will be a woman hater if you think football must not allow woman playing along with men, not separated by gender/sex.
I laughed because it was a cliched response. Like "I'm not racist, but....". I suppose I came back with my own cliche, but that's what his reply reminded me of.
For Battlefield 5 I get more of the argument there, as EA tried to apply creative license with a historical setting, which didn't sit well with people. Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a similar example, where the opposite objection was raised in some corners, and I thought that was a dumb argument to say the least. Last of Us 2 is a purely fictional setting so I see less of a problem, but I'm reserving final judgement until I actually play the game.