Here's Why You Don't Want To Play A Female Character In A 'Realistic' Military Game

It's all fun and games until you have an extra X chromosome.

In a clip recently uploaded to YouTube from last season's "Inside Amy Schumer," Schumer chooses a playable female character to represent her in a video game that's "Call Of Duty" inspired -- except for the fact that the gameplay is "way more realistic."

How much more realistic? Her military avatar is very shortly sexually assaulted by a senior officer.

Surreally incisive, the video is a brilliant takedown of a reality in which female service members are sexually assaulted with staggering frequency. Don't miss it.

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