Of course it is. It's very much comparable, and I gave you examples as to why. Some people could easily look at his early work and use it as justification for saying gay people are evil. Desperate Living alone could give them tons of ammo, not to mention Female Trouble or Pink Flamingos.It is not even REMOTELY comparable to a John Waters' movie. That's absurd.
That's not the intent. As soon as I went to the site itself, it was immediately clear it was satire. I'm neither for or against it. It's just a silly game. Don't put words in my mouth.Like I say - if you think it's okay that this kind of thing is out there as training ground for kids to get skilled at slaughtering gay people - fine - it's certainly your right to be all for it. I find it repellent.
The site clearly states what its intent is. Of course intent matters. Anything created can be abused. Look at the Bible, for just one example. I'd say intent matters there, but it has also been used to commit the worst atrocities.And it's NOT satire. It's a vicious hateful game that has a disclaimer added to it so that the company doesn't get sued. You fall for shit like that?! NOT TO MENTION - the intent doesn't matter. It's dangerous and harmful. LSD was invented with the best of intentions - you think we should give it to any kid that wants it?
As far as LSD goes, I did it a lot in college. I never had one bad experience. I was in a band at the time and wrote some of my best songs while on it. It should indeed be legal, IMO and treated like alcohol (and in many states marijuana) is now. For some people it is indeed not a good idea. But that choice should be left to individuals.