What's in a Name?

by Gaming Pixie

Slice of life

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- Wanderlust, December 27, 2017

- Simon Deimel (Germany), March 28, 2016

- necromancer, March 2, 2016

- Hannah Powell-Smith, February 4, 2016

- timsamoff (Southern California), April 28, 2015

- Ghalev (Colorado, United States), July 12, 2014

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Honest and Revealing, July 12, 2014
by Hanon Ondricek (United States)

Gaming Pixie presents here a short Twine piece which I can possibly describe as "bisexuality simulator". Everyone's got a sexual identity, but there is an uncanny valley that many civilians don't comprehend that represents omnisexuality or bisexuality. It seems that heterosexuals and homosexuals can both agree that their identity is hard and fast and isn't going to change. Where does a person fit who is not so similarly signed in ink to prefer traits and derive pleasure from the beauty of only gender or the other? Within welcoming communities, those who "decide not to decide" are sometimes looked upon as untrustworthy, and possibly something to be shunned, despite the lessons learned from fundamental sexism one meta-level up.

Anyway. This game rings true, and is a quick and informative read with several interesting choices.

My outcome: Yay, I'm a lesbian.

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