Pride Month 🌈

28 thoughts on “Pride Month 🌈”

  1. I love the vibrant pictures with all the pride flags and shirts (and makeup)! For a moment I thought it was the pride parade — though obviously not, since it’s indoors — and I was like yay Frank, you went!
    This was a great read, and as the others said, it was lovely to have a look back at the older characters 😀

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    1. I do, too. I found so much great Pride CC and I couldn’t resist to get it all. No, it’s all in my photo studio. Anyway, I don’t think Sam, who somehow would have to get out of jail, would be able to stand next to his YA mother, who died last chapter 😂 I think I’m going to get out another bonus soon about Frank’s decision whether to go or not to go and what it leads to. 🙂
      I’m glad you enjoyed the read (I thought there was no way anyone would get through these tedious ramblings) and it’s always nice to see the old characters again!

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  2. Oops, I’m late~ my bad! This certainly was a trip down memory lane as the others have said. The start with Charlie and Bobby made me think of Gemma’s early adventures and her meeting Seth :’) I love how you used all the different flags and incorpated them into the characters clothing. It was nice to see you include some of the past conversations they’ve had as well. I particularly liked the one between Adaeze and Sam, who I actually enjoyed seeing despite all of the horrible things he did. Looking forward to your other bonus 🙂

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    1. Don’t worry, you can be late once in a while, it’s not that big of a deal, you’re only a day late after all 😛
      Yes, it was a trip down memory lane, hence why it was so long, because it got super nostalgic for me.
      I loved Charlie and Bobbie. They were such a lively couple!
      I’m glad you liked that. I found a lot of Pride Content and had them wear the T-shirts and face paint. I admit I had no idea what, for example, asexual flag looked like, but it makes sense with the delicate and light colors. Bi one is so joyful, on the other hand!
      Yes, I think it’s interesting to look at things with hindsight.
      My other bonus… I have about a week to get 3 chapters and a bonus done, so I can’t really promise anything, I’m afraid. But I will try. I am in the process of preparing this Saturday’s chapter, btw 🙂

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    1. Thank you lots. It was fun with all the rainbow gear and I’m always happy to incorporate some diversity into my story. Same to you! I guess your Sims are lucky not to be ‘different’, it wouldn’t be easy in those medieval times!

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      1. Glad you enjoyed setting it all up 🙂 Such a fun way to celebrate.
        Yes, it would definitely be difficult and dangerous. All the sims in my modern game are bisexual so I’ve never really had to think about it before–but have been mulling over for a while exploring same-sex attraction in Snordwich.
        Happy simming xx

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      2. I thought so, too. I just figured out my game somehow has a higher percentage of LGBTQ which starts to be less of a minority? I like the diversity, maybe a little too much. As I’ve mentioned in this post, I haven’t had all of this before this blog, so I’m having lots of fun exploring the possibilities. I don’t think I’d have had as many of them if Sam’s generation hadn’t forced me a bit to with this amount of various relationships.
        Hm… this could be an interesting topic, but it would definitely put your Sims at risk of ostracizing.
        Happy simming to you, too!

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  3. It was a nice reminder of all non straight characters in your story. You have had a lot of them. To be honest, I wasn’t expecting Gemma here. Pride Month makes me think of homosexualists and bisexualists (only).
    I’m glad some of them were/are happy, because being gay or lesbian shouldn’t make you weird. There is nothing wrong with it, they live like others, and this is how it should be.

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    1. It’s very limited pattern of thought to attach pride to homosexualists and bisexuals only. There are also asexuals, pansexual, LGBTQ allies, transsexuals and many more…
      It definitely shouldn’t be considered weird anymore, especially in the times we’re living in.

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