Sexual Fantasy Football Is A Controversial Hit
In the new game, players can choose which of their favorite NFL athletes they would like to see engage in various sexual activities with each other. The interactive software generates realistic simulations of over 500 different sex acts!
Game designer James Corbin described the game in a press release. “Let’s say you want to see tight end Greg Olsen get his tight end rammed by St. Louis Rams running back Todd Gurley. Now you don’t have to use your imagination at all.”
He went on to describe other unnecessary examples that were obscenely well thought out on his part. Corbin went on to say, “How about a gang bang with the entire Green Bay Packers starting lineup packing Peyton Manning’s fudge? You betcha. Or let’s say you want to see wide receiver Martavis Bryant on the receiver end of J.J. Watt’s massive member. We can make that happen. B.J. Daniels giving a sloppy BJ? We got you.”
Some naysayers have put forth that this installment of fantasy football will never gain traction with the homophobic audience of the NFL, especially after the uproar over openly gay player Michael Sam joining the league in 2014. Comments made online have accused the new format of being too “homoerotic”. CEO Jason Robins responded to those criticisms saying, “Is Sexual Fantasy Football homoerotic? Not anymore than regular fantasy football. Is obsessing over a bunch of bulky, sweaty grown men engaging in full body contact for an entire day every week homoerotic? Exactly. If that’s not, then neither is this.”