Will The Karma Club offend gay people?

Thinking of doing The Karma Club for my daughters 30th birthday.

We have two gay couples coming to the party and I have once been to a party that cast a very camp character and some people found that offensive.

Can you confirm there is no such character in this game?

My response:

I can confirm that there are no deliberately camp characters in The Karma Club.

Freeform Games write their games to be inclusive, and the idea is that the players decide their characters' character (if you see what I mean).

So if someone were to play one of the characters in a camp style, that's entirely up to them.

But The Karma Club hasn't been written that way.

Freeform Games also offer a no-quibble 30 day money back guarantee, so if you do discover that The Karma Club is unsuitable for your group, you can get your money back.

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