Orgy Party Game On Steam Will Donate Proceeds To Planned Parenthood

Orgy Party Game On Steam Will Donate Proceeds To Planned Parenthood
Screenshot: LizardFactory

Orgynizer isn’t a game where you participate in an orgy: it’s a game where you’re organising one. You may be wondering: How hard could it be to organise a sex party? It turns out, it’s very complicated.

The Steam page for the soon-to-be-released Orgynizer describes it as a puzzle game where you pair up procedurally generated participants for a steamy time. You can also put them together in groups, which is necessary for certain characters who only feel confident when a specific character is around. Sometimes, they don’t want to be in the same room with a certain someone. Some people like kinky dice games and strap-ons, while others don’t. It’s now your job to make sure that everyone’s happy about who they end up with for the night.

The developers emphasise that you can’t see any sexual content in the game. Orgynizer is exactly what it says on the tin: you’re a scheduler, not a sex-haver. The humour and themes are sexual, but the art isn’t. “If you are looking for [X-rated content], this game is not for you,” says the developer, LizardFactory.

LizardFactory is planning to donate all proceeds from this game to Planned Parenthood, which is nice because the developers are actually based in Denmark (where abortion is legal during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, and afterward under certain conditions). Ever since Roe v Wade was struck down by the Supreme Court on June 24, millions of American residents lost their guaranteed right to safe and legal abortions. And right now, local Planned Parenthood offices are still challenging abortion rulings that are being made at the local level. They need all the help they can get.

Ideally I would like the right to an abortion to be supported by the highest court in the land, but you can support Planned Parenthood by buying this game when it comes out. There’s currently no set release date for Orgynizer. The store page says that the game will be coming out “Soon’ish,” but you can wishlist it here.

Comments

  • “Ideally I would like the right to an abortion to be supported by the highest court in the land…”

    If the right isn’t written in law, you don’t have it. Australians, for example, supposedly have implied rights, but in practise that is non-existent.

    • If the Supreme/High Court says you have a right, you have a right regardless of what is ‘written’. That’s kinda how we ended up in this situation. The Supreme Court gave people a right and the changed their mind.

        • This is literally how rights are bestowed. A governing power – such as the legislative or judiciary branches of a national government – proclaim the existence of that right and it becomes the burden of the executive and judiciary branches to uphold it.

          I’m not sure how you think AngoraFish is wrong. A right was bestowed by the judiciary and then that right was removed. And now people are mad for the removal of said right. What am I missing?

          • Because if the right wasnt written down, it requires a lot more work than what the SCOTUS did to remove it.
            Abortion was in a weird grey state, like some other ‘rights’ are, such as medical weed in the USA where states and federal have different takes among many others.
            Until its written down, in law, you are in the grey area.
            I dont think what the SCOTUS did was right, but you and fishboy are wrong about what designates a right.

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