Dirty Education, Hardcore Gay Furry Sex-Sim Launches Uncensored On Steam
Dirty Education

Various gamers informed us that Aaron Dodo’s Dirty Education was planned to release on Steam. They wanted to know if Valve would ban the game for featuring a school setting and overt, perverse sexual material. Well, Valve did not ban the game and Aaron Dodo’s Dirty Education is currently available on the Steam store right now for $7.99.

The game is about Kenny, a young tiger who is heading off to college. However, ever since he hit puberty he’s been unable to control his sexual urges. Hence, he’s sent to a college that focuses entirely on capitalizing on his degeneracy since it’s an all-male school where the better you do on the exams the more you’re rewarded with depraved sexual acts.

This prompts Kenny to work assiduously in order to erect his name on the school’s board as the hardest working student in the school, and reaping his just desserts… his favorite being fudge.

The game features a number of different mini-games and activities to complete as you attempt to romance seven gay furries, each with their own requirements and challenges to overcome. The game is chock full of “hyper masculine” gay nudity and sexual intercourse, including hundreds of animated images between the gay furries having hardcore, uncensored sex.

Back when it was announced that the game was coming to Steam, some people were curious if Valve would ban the game since the characters are over 18 but it takes place in a school setting. Valve has been censoring other games set in schools featuring characters over the age of 18, including the trap game Cross Love – Episode 1 and Hello, Goodbye, the latter of which was the all-ages version that was submitted to Steam.

It was basically discovered that Valve silently changed their policies and were banning some games while leaving other games alone, including some games that featured underage characters engaged in sexual activity, such as Sweet Pool and A Hand In The Darkness, both of which were themed around gay romances.

It became rather apparent that certain games were getting free passes, as noted by some of the users on the Steam forum.

It’s true that Valve is being highly inconsistent with the “school” rule. It was originally mentioned by developers off the record that Valve would be highly scrutinizing “school” settings in games, especially if they contained what Valve considered to be “child exploitation”. However, what this really meant was that anime and visual novel games featuring attractive characters, Valve could ban the game whether it involved a school setting or not, as evident with Victory Project.

In any case, it’s become rather apparent that some games are definitely a-okay in Valve’s book but other games are not. The running hypothesis that Valve is afraid of allowing games on the platform due to obscenity laws also seems to fly right out the window when you see what kind of content is featured in Dirty Education.

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