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What am I supposed to do?
So let me guess, you made a mod that completely eliminated any homosexuality from the game?
And you are for sure not "VAC" banned since Crusader Kings 3 does not use "Valve Anti Cheat" in any form.
You are at most got a workshop uploading restriction for the uploading of a mod that is against Steam TOS.
This mod specifically removes straight people from the game, it's still up. How is that not a blatant violation of the TOS then? All my mod did was make the sexualities more realistic, instead of half of all characters being gay or bisexual it made 99% of people straight. It's a tiny modifier that only effects your singleplayer game, what's the problem? You have to play with a cartoonishly unrealistic number of gay people in your game or you'll be banned? And yes, I was given a VAC ban, without warning and no explanation.
This is a blatant double standard. Either remove the exact opposite of my mod or restore mine.
Making up appearances. Better to have kids with your lady than be ostracized or murdered by society.
And think of the sexualities in games as secrets that only the player knows. the characters in the game don't know anything unless a gay character has the Sodomite trait for example.
Not if he doesn't enjoy it.
Many faiths in the game criminalize or otherwize penalize homosexual acts. However, if you're not caught in the act, your character has done nothing wrong. The players' listed sexuality is meta-knowledge; it's not something other characters can prove without evidence.
No, the game's store page promises "immersion," "drama," and "simulation." None of those words should be confused with "realism." Regardless, CK3's 11% non-straight statistic (5% gay, 5% bi, 1% asexual) fits within estimates given by statsiticians. Meanwhile, Herr's 99% of people being heterosexual statistic is completely unfounded, and pulled straight out of his ass.