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YesIamThatDan

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  1. Thanks for reporting that doppelganger bug. I uploaded a hotfixed version- just replace your game file with this one and it should work. Here's a BIG hint for beating the doppelganger: As for the sapphire die, you need to beat Gabby in a holding contest; here's the full breakdown.
  2. DISCUSSION: What kind of things would you like to see from the next NPCs? There are only three more areas left- one of which can't have any NPCs in it at all- so opportunities for fulfilling your fantasies are dwindling. Of course, I have my own visions in mind as well, but I've taken plenty of inspiration from reading people discussing their favorite experiences in the omorashi/omutsu/ABDL scenes. One thing that's been suggested is spanking and/or punishment play. One of the enemies in the next area will incorporate this into some of their attacks- if you're in wet (or messy) clothes, you'll be sorry! I'm drafting some other things in that genre, as well. Stay tuned!
  3. I gave a big hint- it's in the Crumpled Note next to the safe. Looking at it reveals this in the description: It's been a couple weeks since I released the update, intentionally not including the safe code in the updated walkthrough. I wanted to give people a chance to figure it out on their own before giving the answer- but if you're really stuck, you can look here for a series of escalating hints: And if you don't want the challenge of finding it out for yourself (you're no fun), here is the code: By the way- here is a map of the game which I intended to add when I released the update, but did not:
  4. I believe so- with omorashi mode enabled, and messing disabled, Penny shouldn't put you in diapers. Just note that some of the characters will require you to be diapered for their sex scenes- and you also can't collect the dice, since one of them is stuck in the diaper package in the starting room. (If you insist, you can just change into a diaper, then change back into underwear repeatedly, to empty the pack quickly.) Your mileage may also vary with regard to naptime- if you wet the bed, you may end up getting put in pull-ups temporarily, in which case you can use the potty normally 3x to get permission to wear regular underwear again. Katie (in the front yard) is an omorashi-only character as well. If you decide to try the game out, then I hope you enjoy playing it as much as I did making it!
  5. Hmm... Probably not. While there is plain omorashi content in the game, it'd be pretty difficult (though not impossible) to play through it without coming into contact with diapers or pull ups at all. Sorry about that.
  6. PL 0.8.0 is OUT NOW! Enjoy no-messing mode and the new omorashi mechanics! 😄

  7. Excellent post. I'd like to add on a couple things: There's a glimmer of hope regarding this specific case: The Maine legislature was able to sidestep the SC decision by mandating that no school applying for or receiving these public funds could engage in LGBTQ+ discrimination of any kind. As a result, every religious school eligible to apply for public funding stated that they would no longer do so. (The ruling also only said that Maine has to allow public tuition vouchers to be used in religious schools where there is no public school option available.) Obviously, this does not cancel out the broader issues, namely that public funds can now be given to religious institutions with their own agendas. (I wonder how long it'll be before the Church of Satan applies for funding...?) ------------------------------------------ This particular case was terrifying to me as well- it struck down a New York law that required people to demonstrate a legitimate need in order to obtain a concealed carry license. However, there is a possibility that state legislatures could sidestep this decision as well: In the majority decision, SCOTUS acknowledged that states may still pass laws barring firearms from being brought into "sensitive places" (emphasis mine): State legislatures have thus been given a green light to pass laws banning guns from "sensitive places," and to create a list of "sensitive places" from which even licensed gun owners are banned from bringing weapons. I believe that, at least in NY, and especially in NY considering they're still grieving from the Buffalo shooting, the legislature will soon pass such laws. Imagine this- a gun owner licensed to do so can bring his gun outside the house, but can't take it anywhere (aside from a gun range or public park). Combine that with stricter penalties (such as losing the ability to own firearms permanently), and New Yorkers may end up safer than before the SCOTUS ruling. (Don't take that as a statement of support for SCOTUS, by the way.) ------------------------------------------ The Miranda rights decision was frankly disgusting. The idea of Miranda rights has always been that citizens have the right to know their legal rights in the event of being accused of a crime. If you are arrested or questioned, and the police never inform you of your Miranda rights, my understanding (I am not a lawyer) is that anything the cops gain from questioning you is inadmissible. However, the onus would be on you to tell the court that those rights were violated (the cops sure won't!). Most people aren't aware of their rights, which means that violations will (continue to) occur; violations are certain to increase in number now that cops have nothing to fear by doing so. Since US police disproportionately target minorities, this is certain to have the gravest effect on those communities. ------------------------------------------ Finally, on Roe: That decision was absolutely disgusting. The 14th Amendment clearly gives individuals the right to bodily autonomy. Neither the Constitution nor any previous judicial decision has ever considered the unborn to be people under the law; ergo, any rights extended to them cannot supersede or infringe on the rights of the people gestating them. Regardless of your opinion on abortion in general, this decision (and more directly, the laws it has enabled) forces women to carry to term pregnancies resulting from rape or incest. If someone steals your car (committing a crime against you), the justice system not only punishes the offender, but attempts to undo the crime by returning your car to you. After the Roe reversal, if someone sexually assaults you, the justice system may punish the offender, but if you are pregnant, they not only refuse to undo the crime by allowing you to abort the pregnancy (which begins as literally a clump of rapidly dividing cells- like a tumor), but violate your rights by forcing you to carry that pregnancy to term, AND (in some states) may even force that offender into your life by giving them parental rights. Consider also that for many women, pregnancy may endanger their life. The US has 17.4 maternal deaths per 100K live births- more than double that of Canada (8.6), and nearly ten times as high as Norway (1.8). This results in part from the fact that women often have no way to abort pregnancies that endanger their lives. To put that a different way, the life of an unborn fetus is valued more highly than the life of a living, breathing person with friends and relatives and people who care about them. Gentlemen, imagine finding the girl of your dreams (who's real! and likes you back!). You get married. You're finally happy, happier than you ever thought you could be. Maybe you want to have kids (or just like doing it raw), so long story short, you get her pregnant. But her doctor tells you both that she has PCOS, or a uterine septum, or any one of hundreds of medical conditions that neither of you knew anything about before this moment; if she carries this child to term, she will die, with a good chance that the baby will die as well. You are now faced with a terrible decision- either a) watch the person you love suffer from the child growing inside her before dying painfully, leaving you either with the baby that killed her, or completely and utterly alone; or b) have an abortion. If you're wealthy enough to travel someplace where abortion is legal, you have that choice. But for many families, they are stuck with option A. How can a decision which causes so much human suffering be the plan of any benevolent or loving deity?
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