Even those garbage activist games with their forced lgbtq agendas.
Funny how gay content is always "forced activist agenda" yet hetero content never is.
Depends how you define forced. Though, sometimes it indeed is. But, common, you can't tell me the LGBTQiA+ community is totally pleased with the terrible pandering. I recently saw an article how trans people were upset about CP2077's oversexualizing trans people in posters, which I can actually get behind despite my feelings towards the community (i'm not fond of transgender, but i'll support the transsexuals), because, the ones i've talked to almost all universally state that it's not their entire identity, and the focus is reducing them solely to this identity. For example, if i talk to a transgender programmer who knows C, C++, Java, Assembly, Python, and contributed to multiple open source projects, maybe speaks 3 languages, does regular talks about how to better educate yourself on certain topics, etc, they very quickly turn into only "a trans person" regardless of which side of the discussion you're on, which is a huge problem because, independent of that particular issue, they have quite a bit to say., but they've been reduced to this singular identity, especially so by the activists that claim to be supporting their rights and the corporations that say "here's your representation, so how us your loyalty, pleb" in the same way that Biden said you ain't black if you don't vote for him. There's a difference between two characters who happen to be gay, maybe you get some sort of easter-egg scene if you're into that sort of thing and know how to find it; and then on the opposite side of things we have "Btw, did you know this teacher from my books that's totally popular, yeah, he's gay, even though almost no one thought this before hand. You go Dumbledor, even though no one cares, because they didn't particularly ask why he didn't have a girlfriend/wife either." Yeah, no, the majority of LGBTQiA+ people i know are pissed with the "look at me, i did a good thing" bullshit from companies.
And if you want some real fun, look at the H-game industry. Strictly homosexual material is almost exclusively VNs (and even then there's alot of intrusion from the transsexual community, which i don't imagine they asked for, either, but it's there for the good boy points), it seems, and that's where pandering would actually be welcomed. You'd think in that industry, especially, they'd list, too, what all you're getting. But, hey, the only reason i know this is because i felt compelled to look into this recently. For all the talk about the internet being for porn, and japanese stuff beign so hypersexual, there's a surprising lack of non-VN content, and the categorization systems are far, far less reliable than any site that simply shows videos.