I was thinking of Pokemon for no good reason earlier (as you do), and I had a realization.
More games need to do the whole "pick your gender, then your rival is the leftover sprite/model" thing. Don't have a rival? Do it with the love interest or whatever. If you up it to two sprites/models per gender, you now have the potential to throw in some LGBT representation without having to write up a bunch of extra dialog. That's called "good press for minimal effort", and I hear that companies are into that kinda thing.
So, a question I've been considering asking for a while:
Are there any groups that I should look into submitting my stuff to? I don't particularly care about view counts or anything - I just like my stuff to be visible to people who might like them.
I forgot where I was for a moment. Never fucking mind.
EDIT: To clarify, I submitted a Deviation late last night/early this morning.
What I Thought I Posted: A dumb little bimbofication comic.
What I Actually Ended Up Saying: "Feminism was a mistake lol".
It was a case of "the plot was fine, the art was fine, the wording was very bad." Yeah. I've taken that submission down, and I'm going to go do some self-examination. At the very least, I'm going to make sure that I don't do that again.
I,m Curious what does that chemical spills effects are since we see 4 very tfs. The Calendar, Abbreviated, A tomboy turns into a girly girl. In the The Calendar, Twisted we see a male turn into a female exhibitionist. In The Calendar, Twirled Rightways we see a punk turn way more girly and finally in The Calendar, Twirled Leftways we see a female geek turn into a extrovert.
I have noticed all subjects turn feminine socially or physically.
The chemicals just make you girlier... for a certain definition of "girly". They're also slow enough that the changes generally go under the radar for the victim.
In Abbreviated, she gets splashed by the chemicals (once). In the others, they actually drink the stuff, so the changes are bigger. The TG in Twisted isn't from the chemicals - they just stop her from freaking out about, well, a lot of things.