Lets all play Channel A!
Going to bed early tonight because I AM STAYING UP TOMORROW UNTIL THE NEW FAIRY TAIL CHAPTER IS UP!!!!!!
I don’t know if I can wait any longer for some Gajevy!!!!
In Channel A, players compete at presenting anime TV show ideas.
Shows are based on two premises selected by one player from a set of five randomly chosen premises. Each player selects up to four title word cards from their hand of ten cards and makes a pitch to the other players about their show with that title. Players then vote by secret ballot on who had the best show pitch.
Premise and Title cards are all drawn from the vast ocean of anime shows.
I bought Channel A while at Gencon and I don’t have anyone to play it with right now. SO, I need at least three people to play this game with online. We can do this through asks.
LET ME KNOW IF YOU WANT TO PLAY!!!!
Anonymous said: Do you guys have an asexual mod? I get kinda mad when people who are asexual act like they are oppressed. I mean they would be if they were homo/biromantic and wanted to marry the same sex, but it's not because of their asexuality. It's not like anyone says "oh you don't like sex? Haha well you're fired."
We don’t have an asexual mod, no :P Although I can tell you from personal experience that someone I’m very close to is asexual and her mother was completely intolerant of it.
-The Canadian One
This is actually a piece of shit ask because asexuality is a sexual minority and, while we might not be “oppressed” because of it, we’re looked at as complete jokes, not taken seriously, and some people are actually raped and forced to have sex with people because they think it will “cure them” of their sexuality. I have had people tell me that I will “meet the right person someday,” “you’re acting delusional - sex is a biological requirement!,” “you’re not asexual because you CAN reproduce normally - only asexual things can reproduce asexually,” and my personal favorite: “You’re not a plant, so you can’t be asexual.”
Asexuality might not be an oppressive sexuality in your eyes, but we all have feelings too. It’s important to know that asexual people DO get beat up, raped, hurt, laughed at, and not taken seriously because of their sexualities, as well as their romantic preferences in some cases. Many people don’t let us into LGBT+ safe spaces because we’re “not queer enough” (I’ve actually had someone tell me this before), and on top of that, people still think the A in LGBTQIA should stand for “ally/allies” only.
If that’s still not enough for me to act like I’m not taken seriously because I’m asexual, then please come to our ask box and tell me how you really feel, because I probably won’t care but at least I’ll know that one more person in the world who thinks that sexuality minorities deserve to be treated poorly because it’s “not really oppression.”