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    MadCast: Munsa

    Celebrating Pride

    But I am excellent Baal. The culture I was brought up in reinforces my moral lifestyle. That lifestyle is threatened by a growing tide of aberrant behavior that threatens how I think the world should be sorted. This retreat into general platitudes, or the nebulous shifting of the discussion away from the purpose of Pride to "why can't we all just get along" is obfuscation at best, silencing at worst. Straight people don't face any increased risk of violence for being straight. You aren't going to lose a job for being straight. You won't be denied a housing application because you are straight. Straight Pride is another extension of reactionary politics that seeks to take away the impact of Pride.
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    MadCast: tacobellah

    Baby Taco!

    Hey everyone! Meet the newest member of the taco platter! Baby Jaxon!
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    Staff is pleased to announce that @MadCast: Shattered has been appointed to the newly created position of Rocket League Head Admin. This is the first appointment of a Head Admin for Rocket League, marking an important transition in the game's tenure within MadCast. A Head Admin is responsible for architecting the vision for a game branch, for abstract decisions about a game branch's culture and purpose within MadCast, and for the long term health of a game over time. A Head Admin appointment is more than recognition of an individual's commitment; it is recognition of the community's commitment to making a game successful. For those of you who are not familiar with Head Admin selection, the process is as follows: Staff will identify the need for a Head Admin. Staff will interview candidates in declining hierarchical order. (Staff > ESFM > SFM > RFM) FM Head Admins can be considered in extreme circumstance, to be determined by Staff. After all Candidates are interviewed, Staff will appoint a Head Admin. Since becoming an admin eighteen months ago, Shattered has been focused on Rocket League. He has outlined a compelling vision to Staff for growing Rocket League's competitive community within MadCast, building on past tournaments and competitive teams. His commitment to thoughtful recruiting has resulted in a positive and welcoming environment, despite the highly competitive level of play within the branch- a difficult balance to strike. Staff is excited to see Rocket League's continued growth under his leadership. Please join Staff in offering Shattered your support and congratulations.
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    I see what you did there, @MadCast: doublestufforeo
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    I think you've missed the point. The assertion is that the motivations for Straight Pride parades demean the idea of Gay Pride. It's put forth as a response to Gay Pride by people who are at best dismissive and unconcerned with the oppression queer people have faced and continue to face. At worst, Straight Pride activities are conducted to actively threaten and disrespect the queer community by insecure and small minded people. To further explain the point, someone who thinks that White History month demeans Black History Month would be unlikely to claim that Black History Month demeans Native American Heritage Month. That is because for a long time, both Black and Native American persons have been systematically abused and erased from American history, except as monolithic racial groups in relation to the predominately white cast on center stage. The purpose of having these months is to bring awareness to injustice, acknowledge and educate about individuals and cultures that contributed to the country we are today, and to provide children (especially) with positive role models whom they can identify with. The purpose of White History month is to make a mockery of other history months.
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    MadCast: tacobellah

    Baby Taco!

    Thanks everyone!! Been a long couple of weeks but we are finally starting to find a rhythm!
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    You're both very kind, thank you for the gratitude. That's enough of an award for me.
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    With the rotating games becoming a thing, I figured it was a good time to revisit Tera. Tera is a free to play MMORPG with action based combat, dodging and aiming skills, timing attacks and playing around ally's abilities. Got a few people who are interested and would like to toss it out there as an option for a monthly game. I would be more than willing to run it if it is chosen. If it isn't, but there is still sufficient interest, I will still set it up on my own, but wanted to put it up for consideration.
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    This is the little shithead that you hear go wild when my roommate takes her for walks.
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    This is our cat, Mr. Tickles! (thats the name you get when you let a toddler name your pet).
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    I would be behind this choice, free to play games are always a good solid option imho, and this seems like it has a good background and community.
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    Celebrating Pride

    haha! That guy was great. I was afraid he'd be some kind of a caricature from the thumbnail, but he was very well spoken and eloquent in expressing his ideas. Especially what he said at the end.
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    Tabletop Simulator

    I noticed Madcast had a tabletop section but I never saw anybody playing anything on the discord. I was wondering if anybody had tabletop simulator on Steam and wanted to setup board games, card games, even some poker if we had enough people. I am part of a family who are huge fans of board games; however, they don't love the long and strategic games like Risk or Settlers of Catan. If we had a group that had tabletop simulator and wanted to get on once a week or even once a month to get a long game going I think that would be awesome. I am fairly new to most of the long games but I would love to learn and set something up.
  16. 1 point
    Absolutely love this, the queer guy in shorts is everything.
  17. 1 point
    MadCast: Sotarkadin

    Fantasy Hockey

    I got into hockey last season, I wouldn't mind trying out fantasy hockey.
  18. 1 point
    Can i get the entire Blues team because we all know they are going to get 2 in a row... and ill take them again next season for the triple!
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    Thanks Admins/ everyone including Madcast Epic, Madcast RedJustice, Madcast Mike, and Madcast CoachRivers (sorry if I forgot someone) for helping me get my Discord account right. It was a pain believe me. I really do appreciate all of your time spent to help me get back on the Discord channel. Much Love!
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    Hey gang, I haven't been on as much lately but @MadCast: crippledcookie and I have been playing Sea of Thieves quite a bit as of late... Specifically him and I are trying to max out our fishing xp... Anyone interested in joining us? It's definitely chill and not always action packed... Cookie and I more so play it to relax. BUT if anyone else is playing on their own, you might as well join us; the more the merrier
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    For my own selfish, craven wants, I like increased representation in both in-fiction characters and RL creators because it makes for good stories. It won't last forever, but I think if you are savvy you can consume so much fascinating media from a plethora of creators of all races, orientations, levels of education, etc. It'll change in time, but it's so easy to access stuff from a variety of content creators right now and it's a shame it's not even more prolific.
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    The fact that I'm even talking about Borderlands in a Pride thread just makes me giddy. The game has hinted before in side quests that characters were part of the queer community, but in Borderlands 3 they just put it in your fucking face. It makes me so happy to see queer representation displayed so naturally in a video game. They make it so simple, the gesture of holding hands in troubled times, or just speaking of the other in a caring manner. (There's even a little easter egg in the art at the end that I won't spoil for anyone.) Just thinking about young impressionable me, and if I had more exposure to just how normal being queer is, it would've made things a little bit easier for me growing up. I'm just so happy that's where we are as a society. It sounds sappy, but I legitimately just cried some happy tears last night when I completed the game and saw the character development for them. It was so simple, but such a perfect touch, and it makes me incredibly proud of Gearbox for including it in their game.
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    Celebrating Pride

    If we could all be more like these guys, none of these conversations would be needed
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    I have a smartass question. Why would the orientation required for the continuation of the species want or need a Pride Parade?
  26. 1 point
    Never really watched joined a watch party before. What better movie to pop the cherry!
  27. 1 point
    I've already got you down, you and all of your friends.
  28. 1 point
    I like to be subtle.
  29. 1 point
    @MadCast: Nimli your nomination for the Fellowship Award for @MadCast: Craiden has been awarded. < that sounds weird to say out loud. lol. Congrats Craiden! And thank you Nimli for taking the time to nominate a fellow member.
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    Recently there has been a lot of conversations in the news about Straight Pride. From Wikipedia about the most recent Boston "Straight Pride Parade" -- "The group Super Happy Fun America (SHFA) organized an August 31 "Straight Pride Parade" that attracted several hundred participants and thousands of protesters. Counter-protesters vastly outnumbered attendees of the parade. SHFA called the event "a response to the 'identity politics' of the left." Emerson College's president M. Lee Pelton warned about the event, as the parade route, starting at Copley Square and ending at Boston City Hall, borders the college campus. He said the event represents "fear and ignorance, humanity's most potent cocktail, masquerading as freedom of speech" in response to which SHFA organizer Samson Racioppi asked for a retraction and apology. The SHFA group was created in 2017 by Kyle Chapman, who founded the hate group Fraternal Order of the Alt-Knights a week after the Charlottesville Unite the Right riot. Staff include president John Hugo, former Republican Congressional candidate; and vice president Mark Sahady, "a member of the right-wing group Resist Marxism, who has organized several right-wing demonstrations in the past." SHFA announced the event in June 2019. About organizing the event, Hugo told the press: “Massachusetts is a fascist, left-wing dictatorship, one-party ruled kingdom ... We would love to have a peaceful march down the street, get to city hall, listen to some wonderful speakers, and call it a day". Racioppi, Sahady, and Hugo contacted the police in early July 2019 when envelopes filled with glitter were mailed to them. One of the event's attendees, Marky Hutt, previously founded a group for gay Trump supporters; he said the organizers of the Straight Pride event had invited him to attend, and he was present at the event with his same-gender fiancé. Thirty-four counter-protesters were arrested at the event. Boston city councilor Michelle Wu suggested that police tactics and choice of equipment raised tensions between police and counter-protesters." Before I answer with my opinion, I pose to you; do you think Straight Pride is something you would support? Why or why not? My thoughts on this are as follows: I am someone who finds it appalling that you feel the need to have a "Straight Pride Parade" or any event revolving around the topic. Every year before Pride I get asked "where's my straight pride parade?" To that I say this; you have no need for it. Every day you get to wake up next to your spouse, girl/boy-friend, lover, etc. and not fear controversy over holding their hand in public, over showing affection towards them, that is your straight pride. The queer community has faced oppression, violence, hate, and mass murder over our love. It's something that has been targeted systemically over the years to make us "lesser" and to put us down. If you need any proof, just go back through this thread and further educate yourself. I am so very proud of how far we've come as a society, but it turns into :one step forwards two steps back". By holding a "straight pride parade" you are now taking the history of violence and oppression, and making a mockery of it. There's a reason we say "we're here, we're queer." We shine a light on ourselves to raise each other up from the degradation we've faced as a community. You have no history of oppression, you have no reason for fear, and subsequently have no reason to celebrate yourselves, because you already do that every damn day. Excerpts from an excellent USA Today article written June 1, 2018: "Never has a person lost their job for being white or straight in North America, or been denied an apartment for being white and straight, or been leered at or attacked by strangers for simply holding hands with their significant others. There is a level of social and systemic privilege not afforded to many members of the LGBTQ community in North America, and certainly in many countries around the world." "So when straight people ask why there is a need for gay pride or wonder why there aren’t straight pride celebrations, it feels a lot like they are saying contributions by LGBTQ people — a minority group that faces constant adversity — are simply not worthy of recognition. Further, they’re denying the importance and significance of identifying as LGBTQ and achieving things — surviving, even — when the odds are stacked against you." - Why we have LGBTQ Pride and not 'Straight Pride' I was asked by @MadCast: RacerDelux "Is it right for one person on either side to say the other isn't okay? Is one of them inherently wrong, if other other isn't? First and foremost, you can have your opinion on either side, I will not spread any ill will or hate for it, just know that you can't sit with us if you spread any hate or contempt. I personally feel that the queer community has every right to be up in arms over the "straight pride parade". I think it makes a total mockery of our achievements over the years, and hinders the progression that still needs to be made in this country. As for if one is inherently wrong, is the other right? TL;DR Gays rule, straights drool. I'm just repeating myself at this point, but the answer to this is there is a necessity for Pride, there isn't any need for a "Straight Pride" to exist. Y'all really want a "straight pride" celebration so much, why don't you just throw a party on Colombus Day?
  31. 1 point
    Reminder bump that this is tonight!
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    I would like to nominate @MadCast: Craiden (for the fellowship award?) , He is always friendly and a good chat. He also encouraged me to rejoin MC and checked up on me a lot to make sure i felt at home. I also think its great when you message him, he is supportive and gives great advice. He also goes out of his way to help others.
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    This week we are jumping into it with a core mechanic of Attack Move/Trading Damage and couple that with recognizing your win conditions.
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    Greetings Guardians, For those of you who play please make sure you link your Steam account to your Battle.net's and migrate your characters over so that you can play come October 1st when Shadowkeep drops. You can find more information on it here. Which Destiny 2 purchases will transfer over from Battle.net to Steam? The move from Battle.net to Steam will include a one-time transfer of ALL Destiny 2 content that a player already owns. These will include Player Accounts, Destiny 2, Expansions, Silver, Annual Pass, etc. Can players pre-order Shadowkeep on Steam now and link accounts to accommodate the move later? Yes. Players may purchase Destiny 2: Shadowkeep from Steam’s product page right now. On August 20, we’ll welcome PC players back to this page to begin the process of linking their accounts on Blizzard’s Battle.net and Steam to facilitate the transfer of content on October 1. What will we find on Steam on October 1? Current players of Destiny 2 on PC will be welcome to continue their adventure in Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, the next chapter in the story. New players will be able to take their first steps into that world in Destiny 2: New Light. What happens if I don’t sign up to move my Guardians to Steam? Unfortunately, Destiny will no longer be available on Blizzard’s Battle.net after October 1. We hope you’ll follow us to our new home to continue your journey. It just wouldn’t be the same without you.
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    Hey everyone!!! Welcome to the start of the September LoL MadCast Mafia Ladder!!!! Congratulations to @MadCast: doublestufforeo for winning the August ladder. He wisely knew the Feds were onto him though and passed the title of Mafia Don to @MadCast: Baal! --- Mafia works like this: * Teams group up into 5v5 ARAM (or 4v4, 3v3 - minimum needed is 6 people) * One member from each team is randomly assigned to be the mafia, the others on each team are villagers. The goal of the mafia member is to lose the game without their team suspecting that they were the mafia. * After the game, you vote on your respective teams on who you think the mafia was. Then after points are totaled, we do another game with 2 new mafias. * Note: If you want quicker games, you can play an optional rule where the game ends upon the Inhibitor being destroyed instead of Nexus. --- Points Breakdown: * Each villager player from the winning team receives 4 points off the bat (mafia from winning team gains 2 points.) * Losing team villagers gain 1 point. Losing team mafia gains 2 points. * During the voting, if you guess the mafia right on your team, you receive 2 points. * The mafia on losing team gains 2 points for each person that doesn't guess them. * The mafia on winning team gains 1 point for each person that doesn't guess them. * Bonus point on a team vote. All 5 members of your team can come up with a single consensus vote for who the mafia was on the enemy team. If you can't come up with a single consensus, you don't get to vote. If you are correct, everyone gets a bonus point. (These points will be added manually vs using the bot.) If all 4 from the winning team vote for the mafia correctly, the mafia gains 0 points that round. --- Leaderboard --- Looking forward to seeing you all there! --- Thanks! -Dez
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    For the month of September we will be featuring Tera, as facilitated by @MadCast: Baal. We've already gotten some headway into the game getting people leveled and geared up, but for those of you who haven't joined us yet: "From En Masse Entertainment, TERA is at the forefront of a new breed of MMO. With True Action Combat - aim, dodge, and time your attacks for intense and rewarding tactical combat. Add the deep social experience of a MMO to best-in-class action combat mechanics for a unique blend of both genres." - Steam Looking forward to get hyped for Borderlands 3, and WoW: Classic coming out this month by gearing up with an MMO to get that lust for loot going with Tera.
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    I'd like to nominate @MadCast: Kitty Stark for some sort of humanitarian award. Just an outstanding person, helping me get through an extremely rough time in my life.
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    Bit of a bump as the month is rolling over soon. I will be hosting an Open House to discuss the game with anyone who may be interested. I urge anyone who has played it, or is interested in doing so to show up.
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    Come create with me! I'm in creative normal!
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    Added to the whitelist. Happy Crafting!
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    I would like to nominate @MadCast: CoachRivers Sensei: Any member or non member that has played rocket league at a lower level knows this guys is always there to try and help out the newer players. He has additionally helped many new players to our first rotational game runescape by giving advice, easy access to tools, and even running with people to help them quest. Event Engineer 2: He is the founder of our mafia games and runs some additional rocket league tournaments on the side along with helping me in whatever I'm running at the time. Ready Player One: hes been playing Rocket League since the beginning and now its become one of our top games and best ways to bring new people to MadCast. Recruitment Commendation: Coach has been the reason a lot of our newer members have applied for full membership and a big reason most have made it through with his guidance. Community Glue: helps in many forums, even before an admin. Main guy behind the RL bot and the LoL bot, bringing members together, making events, even jumping into new events such as "shattered first rotational game" and giving out a few memberships. Jack of All Trades: Much like i stated in the community glue nomination, this guy does it all. Coach has brought many new faces to us and given us a lot of new events and even bots to run them. He doesnt only do this for a single game like rocket league but for league of legends and other more shorter term games. I would like to nominate @MadCast: QuantaMentat Server Idler: This guy is always around just "hanging out". He may not even be playing your game but he'll come and hang out. Community Glue: Just recently Quanta has donated A LOT of his personal time to develop a sophisticated bot to help give not only discord stats but also website stats on only a simple command in discord. this is huge and in practice will save a lot of time for admins and overall helps MadCast.
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    MadCast: Kitty Stark

    Great Games Go!

    Shameless bragging! This was a great end to a great game, and Swain support is a beautiful thing. DRAFT Jinx Penta.webm
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    With the announcement of the new Path of Exile: Blight league, I am holding another OPEN DOOR in preparation for the new league just like I did last league. This is for new and returning players who would like to give this new league a go, and have questions, comments, concerns, or simply wanna try out the game in the standard league a bit and get some advice before the new league starts. This is also a great time for myself and @MadCast: A1C_Ju to help everyone with getting things set up, like downloading the game (either standalone client or steam version, both are free), configuring loot filters, planning builds with Path of Building, and other various things. If this sounds like something you're interested in, please drop by Saturday August 24th or Sunday August 25th between 9pm - 11pm est. I will be around both nights, and other knowledgeable people from our Path of Exile community may be as well. *************************************************************************************************************************** Also, I had mentioned to a few people that I might run a for fun private league for a 10 period prior to league start. However, do to work and time constraints, I can't make this happen. For that, I apologize, however, anyone who needs to do some build testing, can still do so in standard or Legion leagues, and I have characters in both that can run around with you when I have time. With that being said, I look forward to seeing everyone on either Saturday August 24th or Sunday August 25th between 9pm - 11pm est.
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    Hey everyone, Round 3 of the August Mafia Event is tonight! --- Mafia works like this: * Teams group up into 5v5 ARAM (or 4v4, 3v3 - minimum needed is 6 people) * One member from each team is randomly assigned to be the mafia, the others on each team are villagers. The goal of the mafia member is to lose the game without their team suspecting that they were the mafia. * After the game, you vote on your respective teams on who you think the mafia was. Then after points are totaled, we do another game with 2 new mafias. * Note: If you want quicker games, you can play an optional rule where the game ends upon the Inhibitor being destroyed instead of Nexus. --- Points Breakdown: * Each villager player from the winning team receives 4 points off the bat (mafia from winning team gains 2 points.) * Losing team villagers gain 1 point. Losing team mafia gains 2 points. * During the voting, if you guess the mafia right on your team, you receive 2 points. * The mafia on losing team gains 2 points for each person that doesn't guess them. * The mafia on winning team gains 1 point for each person that doesn't guess them. * Bonus point on a team vote. All 5 members of your team can come up with a single consensus vote for who the mafia was on the enemy team. If you can't come up with a single consensus, you don't get to vote. If you are correct, everyone gets a bonus point. (These points will be added manually vs using the bot.) If all 4 from the winning team vote for the mafia correctly, the mafia gains 0 points that round. --- Leaderboard (After Week 2) --- Looking forward to seeing you all there! --- Thanks! -Dez
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    Something that I want to address, joking about HIV/AIDS. It's something that as lighthearted as it seems, is something that plagues the queer community to this day. The false spreading of information on HIV/AIDS, and the fear mongering that the media pressed onto our community completely stripped our culture, and identity. "At the beginning of HIV epidemic, in many countries gay men and other men who have sex with men were frequently singled out for abuse as they were seen to be responsible for the transmission of HIV. Sensational reporting in the press, which became increasingly homophobic, fueled this view. Headlines such as “Alert over ‘gay plague’”, and “‘Gay plague’ may lead to blood ban on homosexuals” demonized the LGBT community." - Avert, 2018 It's a stigma that lives on to this day. It's something I hear consistent jokes about, it's also something that I highly recommend you refrain from using in your day to day. It's become tacky and tasteless. Using it as a mockery is outdated, immature, and impedes the progress that we've made as a society in the prevention, and eradication of HIV. "PrEP. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP) is when people at very high risk for HIV take daily medicine to prevent HIV. Studies have shown that PrEP reduces the risk of getting HIV from sex by about 99% when taken daily. Among people who inject drugs, PrEP reduces the risk of getting HIV by at least 74% when taken daily." - The Center for Disease Control, August 6th, 2019 I want to emphasize that quote is from exactly two weeks ago from this posting. It's outstanding what modern medicine can do. PrEP is something that (especially within the queer community,) has become as common place as taking a daily vitamin. You see dating profiles with "HIV- on PrEP" or some other form of disclosure on their HIV status. Getting tested and knowing your status, as well as open communication with potential partners is the major battle for prevention, and eradication of this disease. You can regularly find community outreach centers for LGBT+ that will test you for free for HIV and other venereal diseases. "In a real-world study, many of those newly diagnosed with HIV had a chance to work with a healthcare provider to prevent HIV prior to their diagnoses. Nearly 2 out of 3 patients newly diagnosed with HIV had visited a healthcare facility at least once prior to diagnosis." - Truvada HCP, 2019 "Only 23% and 47% of sexually active men and women, respectively, report receiving a sexual risk assessment, despite visiting a healthcare provider in the past year." - Truvada HCP, 2019 Young adults continue to be the group at highest risk, (ages 20-29) which makes it so important for us to have this discussion. To fight the disease is to fight the old ways of looking at it. This conversation is something that's so commonplace within the queer community nowadays, and it's something I'm immensely proud of our community for. The information is so readily available to you, it's just a matter of seeking it out and learning more for yourself. Break the barrier, and start educating yourselves. Learn where you can get tested. Learn more about PrEP as prevention. As per always if you have any questions you want answered, you can ask them in this thread, or DM me on the forums or Discord. I'm be happy to answer them (to the best of my ability,) privately, or publicly (anonymously,) if you so choose. Spread information, not HIV.
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    MadCast: CoachRivers

    Rocket League Mafia

    had quite a few randoms using the bot last night. They found it through the Website/Youtube video. Exciting stuff.
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    MadCast: Al Shifra

    Celebrating Pride

    This really put it into perspective for me, I was never quite understanding of why the LGBTQ+ community was always so hurt, but now I understand that the rude and discriminatory language used against them in everyday reactions and language defies their legitimacy and a valid group in society. I am going to make a conscious effort to watch myself during games and otherwise for the language I use, because until now, I never realized the certain effect it had on the people I interact with.
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    It's 2019, if you're still using homophobic and racist terms when you're upset it shows a great deal about your character to me. If you take words that were born out of hate and contempt and think that using them so nonchalantly in this modern day is alright ... boy do you have another thing coming. I am someone who will not tolerate the use of the term faggot, or otherwise to demean something, or someone, even in a passive way. To even call something gay because it was "bad" is a huge fuck you to the entire queer community. You're still passively saying that being gay is deplorable. Put yourself in this scenario, you're a young queer youth growing up in society, with insurmountable pressure from those around you to be a certain way. Religious bias, societal standards, and generalized homophobia all taking a toll on the fact that you're already dealing with the things a normal teenager goes through with puberty, peer pressure, etc. Now imagine that you're that youth sitting in a room with your friends and they use the term gay in reference to bad things happening, or joke around and call each other fag, denoting something poor happening. That molds you. It shows you that even in the slightest people still denote you to be this bad thing. You're still a joke in the eyes of society. Now take that exact same scenario, and bring the age group up to twenty-somethings that should know better than to just throw words around so flippantly. It's absolutely childish that grown men would still be using that kind of vocabulary. “Words are singularly the most powerful force available to humanity. We can choose to use this force constructively with words of encouragement, or destructively using words of despair. Words have energy and power with the ability to help, to heal, to hinder, to hurt, to harm, to humiliate and to humble.” - Yehuda Berg Think before you speak. Your words have meaning.
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    Furry friends post

    This is our 12 year old Pug Bingo. He is getting up in age and normally just wants to be on a lap soaking up all the attention he can get.
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    I won't be on right at launch but I want to be on Oreo's team.