Queer Gamers Are Posting Game Captures of Themselves Climbing Zeus’s Private Parts Because, Why Not!? NSFW

Queer Gamers Are Posting Game Captures of Themselves Climbing Zeus’s Private Parts Because, Why Not!? NSFW

In the latest iteration of Ubisoft’s Assassins series, the gay gamers of NYC have found a new favorite thing to do. The game is set during “Greece’s Golden Age”, and so of course there are plenty of statues to climb!¬†Early in the game’s story, a huge statue of a naked Zeus appears. It is part of the main quest and so the player has no choice but to encounter Zeus’s junk. Members of the Facebook group NYC Gaymers have been having a bit of fun:

 

There are also other naked statues in the game with which members of NYC gaymers have been having fun

And while it may all just be fun and games, the moderator team of the group made an official announcement about the posting of such imagery in the group:

Shane, one of the moderators says

Okay, kids. Let’s put a stop to the Assassin’s Creed booty mountain. It’s silly, teehee, giggle giggle, but can we keep it all to the existing threads?

We’re seeing a lot of it and we can’t figure out if it’s NSFW or not. We really don’t have time to search through Facebook terms of service to figure out where they stand on a boulder’s boulders, so I think the least we can do is keep our sexy stalagtites to the existing threads. Thanks again for your cooperation!

Keep it classy NYC gaymers!

Johnathan Gibbs

Johnathan Gibbs, also known as blasianFMA online, is a content creator, podcaster, activist, serial panelist, and bubble tea enthusiast. His work in activism began with his youtube channel "blasainFMA" in 2008, in which he worked to bring awareness to multiracial issues surrounding the intersection of Black and Asian identity. He later enjoyed at 60 episode run of his first podcast "Edugaytion" which covered QPOC issues from the point of view of people from around the United States. He is now working on a newly launched podcast, "This QPOC Life" which is a spiritual successor to the Edugaytion series, reimagined and ever evolving to be more sensitive to all marginalized communities. Johnathan enjoys playing video games and going on walks in Brooklyn and Manhattan. He is open to walking around other boroughs.

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