>hey anon, you should listen to this OneShot podcast! They play lots of different and obscure RPGs and they're really funny
>think, "why the fuck not?"
>got a ton of time at work to fill anyways
>actually kind of enjoying it
>they don't always do a great job of highlighting and extrapolating on mechanics, but that's a little hard to do anyways
>Some episodes are genuinely hilarious because a few of the recurring players are (non-celebrity) comedians and improv people
>start jumping around to listen to episodes about games I know or are interested in
>early stuff was pretty straight forward, but there's a few hundred episodes because they've been doing this for 5 years
>the bigger the show got the more the poz seeped in
>heavy-handed focus on bringing on female gamers
>at one point invited a group called "the d20 girls" who were a feminist gamer community -- None of them had ever played a fucking RPG, any RPG, before AND THEY'RE FUCKING CALLED THE D20 GIRLS
>questionably large number of episodes dedicated to Powered By The Apocalypse games
>pronoun shit starts coming up more and more often
>GM host and his crew go out of their way to obnoxiously gush about the importance of female gamers and pandering to them
>on a few occasions, during character introductions, guest players decide to change the sex of their character on the spot, like they think they are doing the group a favor by adding some diversity
>anytime a matter of romantic interest or sexual attraction comes up, they practically trip over themselves to make their characters gay
>Whenever someone tries to play their character as someone who doesn't automatically show spineless deference and worship to female characters, like asking if a female NPC is hot or not, the GM audibly recoils and and awkwardly tries to smooth over the situation.
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