Try Not To Have Gay Sex With Yves 2: The Return Of Not Having Gay Sex With Yves

The new Kpopalypse computer game is here!  If you’ve never had gay sex with Yves before, get ready to not have gay sex with her again in this sequel to 2019’s game celebrating Pride month and Loona stans!  Click the image of Chuu and Yves below to be taken to a page where you can download the game, in Windows, Mac OSX, Linux and Android versions, plus a play-in-browser version if none of the above work!

Okay so it’s a little late for Pride month, but as you play it you’ll quickly realise where the extra effort went – into frustrating you with fiendishly hard puzzles!  Also note that a “hold hands” version of this game will NOT be coming out, as the content of this game is TOO HOT to dilute for easily-triggered audiences!  Enjoy and don’t forget that a good Chuu is never at rest!  Kpopalypse will return!

Kpopalypse roundup – new k-pop releases 6/7/2020

It’s time for Kpopalypse roundup!  Let’s check out some new releases!

Hate on Jimin all you want, but as long as people keep the focus on her rather than the system that allowed (and probably encouraged) her to pick on Mina for an entire decade, there will always be another Jimin. As long as people continue to play cancel-culture whack-a-mole instead of dealing with the larger issue, nothing will ever change.

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Kpopalypse’s survival advice for people experiencing online targeted hate campaigns from k-pop fandoms

Online campaigns run by k-pop fans have received a lot of media coverage lately, much of it positive, and with good reason.  However anybody who has interacted with k-pop fan communities for any length of time knows that there is a not-very-hidden dark side to coordinated kpop fan activity, and if you’ve ever been on the receiving end of a fandom hate campaign you’ll know exactly how toxic, manipulative and gaslighting they can be – to the point where innocent people’s lives and careers have been destroyed.  This post isn’t here to explain to you what these hate campaigns are or why they are bad, but how to survive if you are a target.  What should you do?  What shouldn’t you do?  Read on as Kpopalypse shares from personal experience the most effective ways to survive the horrors of k-pop cyberbullying boot camp!

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Kpopalypse roundup – new k-pop releases 15/6/2020

It’s time for Kpopalypse roundup – let’s check out some new releases!

Remember in 2012 when everyone cared about crucifying T-ara for “bullying” that didn’t exist, meanwhile a CEO of a completely different company was forcing his boy groups to rape trainees and nobody gave a damn? We’re about to have that again folks, as producer Dandi is busted for classy-sexiness but nobody will notice the implications or the oddly high line-up rotations of all the projects he’s been associated with because they’re too busy caring about whether Twice can sing or not.  Hmm.

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