This sounds like a stupid thread, but I'd really like your guys' input and see how other people think. So I just seen this video on Kotaku: Warning: Spoilers inside! And to be honest. I love it. I think it's an awesome video. But then I read comments on the site that was obviously a troll, but still: "Link is a GUY. Not a chick. If a girl wants to play dress-up, then put on a bloody princess dress or something. Is that so hard?!" "I...just can't hack male characters being cosplayed by females. JUST. CAN'T! hnnnnnnnnngggg. Can't stomach it. Looks so wrong. Even for the prettyboys. I applaud their efforts and aims etc but blerrrghhhh. It's like... you're a girl, just cosplay females so it doesn't look weird." Now, to me, I don't care if a girl dresses up as a male. I mean, for example, when it comes to Link. I always thought of him as a character that any gender can relate to. We all want to be that Hero. We all want to do great things and such. It just so happens to be a guy who plays the role. But even girls want to be like that (some, I'm sure). And I don't understand what's the big deal. Personally, in that video, that girl would have me head over heels for her if I saw her at a cosplay convention. For guys to dress up as girls, lets be honest, a lot of them do it just for fun just to get some laughs. Some actually go out of their way to look as girly as possible and try and be serious about it. And that's cool too. Who cares, you're dressing up as a character you like. So what I'd like to know from you guys, is what is your opinions about women having to dress as women, men having to dress as men, and vice versa. Does it creep you out or make you feel weird that women are dressing up as male characters and men are dressing up as women?