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Rick also hosted his own radio show, The Coming Out Lounge.

The Story of Seasons series — other players may know it better by its former name, Harvest Moon — has long exclusively offered heterosexual singles for players to woo.

“Love Connection” shot over a period of about one week, bringing the New York-based Cohen to Los Angeles to do what he does best: prod into people’s personal lives.

Within minutes of introducing the second contestant — whom Cohen dubbed “buff Jesus,” thanks to his large stature and long mane of silky hair — the host asked about the size of his manhood. “I’m very true to myself on the show, so when there’s a hot guy on the show, I say, ‘Wow this guy is really hot,'” he adds, noting that a gay man would not have been tapped to host a national TV show back in the ’80s when Chuck Woolery emceed the original series.

The increased amount of people to marry is why the Story of Seasons games, among all the farming and fishing and animal-herding, just includes a handful of straight guys and girls for now, he said.

"If we have to allow same-sex [relationships], we have to put more characters who are the same gender," he said.

Now what activity would be so out of the box for you, it might put you in a space to meet new guys, make friends with people who have gay friends or try a new hobby? If you really want a guy who appreciates monogamy, then hanging out with people who have open relationships probably isn't the best place to meet Mr. From sex to finances and family to intellectual awareness, letting your true desires show up doesn't make you weak, weird or wacky. The more you make excuses for why your gay dating life is the toilet, the less chance of it shifting in a positive way.

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"It's not like we're not thinking about [same-sex relationships]," Hashimoto said.But he denied that Stardew Valley's more diverse character and relationship features are the inspiration for Story of Seasons' eventual inclusivity."It's not so much that we're going to be inspired by Stardew Valley in the future," he said."As a game, it's going to be so much more volume, two or three times more.It's going to be a little difficult." Hashimoto said there's a way to sort of get around that, though: Flexible character customization is available in Trio of Towns, the series' next Nintendo 3DS game that's out next year, as well as its predecessor.

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