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PostPosted: Fri May 09, 2014 3:04 pm 
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For masturbation/pegging purposes yea, but there's more to sex/love than just dickbutt.
On top of that (pun intended) that doesn't say much for the dedicated tops intent on plowing manass.

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For masturbation/pegging purposes yea, but there's more to sex/love than just dickbutt.
On top of that (pun intended) that doesn't say much for the dedicated tops intent on plowing manass.

As posters have already pointed out, there may be some sort of speakeasy like establishment for men seeking other men


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If it is a turn-on for me, I put it in my comics. If it is not, I don''t... That doesn't mean that these non-canon features wouldn't or couldn't exist in this universe of course, the sky is the limit if you want them to. I'd love to see some fan fiction with these themes if you are up to it. Go nuts.

If you want me to "officially" rationalize the lack of gay activity in this setting, I'd adopt a few of the member suggestions above. Maybe they found a "chemical straightening" method, temporary or permanent. The state could do this by systematically contaminating the food supply and this way nobody would ever find about their natural preferences. The chems in the food already causes longer and frequent erections, and increased aggression towards women. But no means of mass control works perfectly all the time, so there would be instances of "counterrevolutionary sexual deviance". I guess hiding and buying "beards" would be the smartest thing a gay man would do under this androcratic-fascist regime.


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To be honest, I think it would be best to just not say anything about the lack of queer males and we continue speculating.
Mainly cause any of that chemical straightening or whatever kinda seems at the least annoying and unnecessary, though would likely be worse.
And it's sort of crap to imply sexuality can be adjusted in that way. Yes it's fiction but including that in at all would be making a statement that wouldn't be great

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To be honest, I think it would be best to just not say anything

This has been my stance from the beginning. :mrgreen:

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Eh, the reason I asked in the first place was that I like knowing all the little details in the background of fictional worlds I read about. That's why A Feast for Crows was my favorite ASOIAF book.


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Speculation I feel is ok. I just would feel weird with anything stating that X basically wiped out homosexuality, or any particular group like that

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Speculation I feel is ok. I just would feel weird with anything stating that X basically wiped out homosexuality, or any particular group like that

I'm going to have to agree that talking about a massive homosexual pogrom (if I may use that word) in a porn comic might seem a bit odd


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Old enough, as I am, to have grown up in America during the Mad Men era when the prevailing gender roles were extremely rigid and the cost of going against them ruinous, I can easily imagine how E.'s universe could have plenty of gay people in it without them being visible to anyone passing through. It used to be very much like that here, as Mad Men actually depicts the atmosphere of that time.

In fact, a lot of things that younger readers might find hard to imagine in E.'s stories, sometimes those stories remind me eerily and uncomfortably of the very real world that existed a few decades ago. The stories make explicit a lot of things that were present but concealed during that time, which I don't miss. Not only was gay sex (along with interracial marriage and a number of other freedoms we take for granted here today) illegal, it was socially and economically ruinous to even have the rumor of a secret gay life around. Gay people couldn't get security clearances to do secret government work because it was presumed that they could easily be blackmailed into spying by the mere threat of exposure. I believe we had some discussion about Alan Turing regarding the consequences of being identified as gay in the supposedly democratic societies of just half a century ago.

When I see groups on kink lifestyle forums dedicated to something they call "Fifties Household" as a fetish, I can't help cringing. Maybe it works as a fetish for some people, but for those of us who were there it's hard to find anything sexy about the idea (other than the clothes, which were ironically pretty hot in many ways, as is sometimes the case in sexually repressed cultures). If the Fifties had been as good as they look in retrospect there would be fewer neurotic survivors of them than there are today.

I'm sure there are gay people in the E-everse, but in such a relentlessly heteronormative environment, I don't doubt they do whatever necessary to keep their private lives private.


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Old enough, as I am, to have grown up in America during the Mad Men era when the prevailing gender roles were extremely rigid and the cost of going against them ruinous, I can easily imagine how E.'s universe could have plenty of gay people in it without them being visible to anyone passing through. It used to be very much like that here, as Mad Men actually depicts the atmosphere of that time.

In fact, a lot of things that younger readers might find hard to imagine in E.'s stories, sometimes those stories remind me eerily and uncomfortably of the very real world that existed a few decades ago. The stories make explicit a lot of things that were present but concealed during that time, which I don't miss. Not only was gay sex (along with interracial marriage and a number of other freedoms we take for granted here today) illegal, it was socially and economically ruinous to even have the rumor of a secret gay life around. Gay people couldn't get security clearances to do secret government work because it was presumed that they could easily be blackmailed into spying by the mere threat of exposure. I believe we had some discussion about Alan Turing regarding the consequences of being identified as gay in the supposedly democratic societies of just half a century ago.

When I see groups on kink lifestyle forums dedicated to something they call "Fifties Household" as a fetish, I can't help cringing. Maybe it works as a fetish for some people, but for those of us who were there it's hard to find anything sexy about the idea (other than the clothes, which were ironically pretty hot in many ways, as is sometimes the case in sexually repressed cultures). If the Fifties had been as good as they look in retrospect there would be fewer neurotic survivors of them than there are today.

I'm sure there are gay people in the E-everse, but in such a relentlessly heteronormative environment, I don't doubt they do whatever necessary to keep their private lives private.

That's a very insightful comment. My grandfather said something similar to me when I asked about his experiences in the Navy, about how crewmen who were suspected to be gay were treated. He mentioned one in particular who attempted to hide it by getting married. Come his 70th or so birthday, he came out. Shocking his wife, children, and grandchilden.

As stated before, I would suspect that those in the E-verse would do something similar. Buy a few slave girls to keep up appearances, and hide everything else. It's really not a nice universe the more you think about it.


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Speculation I feel is ok. I just would feel weird with anything stating that X basically wiped out homosexuality, or any particular group like that

I don't disagree with you in any way, but I find it amusing that in a fictional world where women are systematically enslaved, r@ped, beaten and worse, you are disturbed by the possibility of chemical straightening of gays. :)


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celestical wrote:
Speculation I feel is ok. I just would feel weird with anything stating that X basically wiped out homosexuality, or any particular group like that

I don't disagree with you in any way, but I find it amusing that in a fictional world where women are systematically enslaved, r@ped, beaten and worse, you are disturbed by the possibility of chemical straightening of gays. :)


Well, because people, at least on this forum, may find the thought of such fictional things occurring arousing.

And the chemical straightening of gays comes a little close to a storyline Chris-Chan did. Speaking of him, I'm surprised no one like him has appeared yet in the comics. He seems like the exact kind of person who would ironically love this system.


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And the chemical straightening of gays comes a little close to a storyline Chris-Chan did. Speaking of him, I'm surprised no one like him has appeared yet in the comics. He seems like the exact kind of person who would ironically love this system.


Chris Chan Lee?
I had to use Wikipedia to find out who he was.

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Hater665511 wrote:

And the chemical straightening of gays comes a little close to a storyline Chris-Chan did. Speaking of him, I'm surprised no one like him has appeared yet in the comics. He seems like the exact kind of person who would ironically love this system.


Chris Chan Lee?
I had to use Wikipedia to find out who he was.


Eh, no. This Chris-Chan


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Hater665511 wrote:

And the chemical straightening of gays comes a little close to a storyline Chris-Chan did. Speaking of him, I'm surprised no one like him has appeared yet in the comics. He seems like the exact kind of person who would ironically love this system.


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I had to use Wikipedia to find out who he was.


Eh, no. This Chris-Chan

Yea, I'd think this sort of guy is why it bothered me. Making a move to outright outlaw or convert gays on the world goes past fetish into homophobia.
The bdsm aspects of the world don't bother me, as that is my kink, and is kinda the better the dofantasy stuff terms of women characters.

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The bdsm aspects of the world don't bother me, as that is my kink, and is kinda the better the dofantasy stuff terms of women characters.

I rather like that the women in this comics have personalities and are not just indistinguishable beings to be r@ped for giggles (Which seems to be the theme of the other dofantasy stuff I've seen)


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The bdsm aspects of the world don't bother me, as that is my kink, and is kinda the better the dofantasy stuff terms of women characters.

I rather like that the women in this comics have personalities and are not just indistinguishable beings to be r@ped for giggles (Which seems to be the theme of the other dofantasy stuff I've seen)


I agree. They are characters - well developed characters and that is why IMHO the comics are so good. E invests in developing a world and actual story lines.

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I rather like that the women in this comics have personalities

They are [..] well developed characters and that is why IMHO the comics are so good. E invests in developing a world and actual story lines.

I agree totally. I bet E has profile cards of most of the characters, where he lists their history and personal traits. It also helps that many of them have small cameo roles in various comics [marvel style :D ] which helps with building up the characters.

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I agree totally. I bet E has profile cards of most of the characters, where he lists their history and personal traits. It also helps that many of them have small cameo roles in various comics [marvel style :D ] which helps with building up the characters.


Wiki :roll:

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