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This fabulous Cards Against Humanity Pride pack will make the game more hilariously filthy than ever

Jonny Yates June 23, 2021
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The Cards Against Humanity Pride pack features references to Drag Race, queer icons, sex and more.

The Cards Against Humanity Pride pack features references to Drag Race, queer icons, sex and more.

An iconic Pride edition of Cards Against Humanity is available to make the game even gayer – and ruder.

Cards Against Humanity say the fabulous expansion pack has been created because it’s “the time of year when companies put a rainbow on their products to capitalise on gay culture.”

The Cards Against Humanity Pride edition is available to buy from Zatu Games.

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The game, which gets you to fill in the blanks using often politically incorrect words or phrases, has been updated for Pride.

It features 30 cards written by “an elite squad of lesbians, bisexuals, gays, trans people, allies and unicorns,” according to Cards Against Humanity, that encapsulate the queer experience.

So what exactly do the statement cards feature? Well there are lots of references to gay icons, gender theory, sex and unfortunately, straight people.

This includes nods to ballroom and Drag Race with cards reading, “YAAAAAAS! You are serving me [blank] realness!” and “If you can’t love yourself, how the hell you gonna love [blank].”

The fill-in-the-blank options are just as iconic with everything from “Britney, bitch!” to “A twink in a bounce house” and “Poppers and lube” to “A messy bitch who lives for drama.”

You can also mix-and-match the pack with the original Cards Against Humanity edition to make the classic game gayer than ever before.

Despite it being Pride Month the card game is pretty hard to track down with the likes of Amazon sold out. However it is available from board game website Zatu Games where it’s priced at £7.19.

Cards Against Humanity also donates all Pride Month profits to Howard Brown Health, a US-based organisation aiming to eliminate the disparities in healthcare experienced by LGBT+ people.

To purchase the Pride edition of the card game head to Zatu Games.

 

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