Gay Card Revoked - Original Flavor
- ‘GAY CARD REVOKED’ IS THE NEW CARD GAME THAT’LL HAVE YOU LAUGHING AND LEARNING
- "The game is ultimately about having fun but learning along the way."
The duo teamed up with Cards for All People CEO Latesha Williams (founder of popular card game Black Card Revoked) and Brandon Bouknight, a Digital Content Manager, to create the game. When Bouknight first met Williams through a work collaboration, she spoke with him about her initial ideas for Gay Card Revoked. She eventually reached out to him soon afterwards in March 2017 asking if they could collaborate.
“There are a bunch of different categories within the game, such as sex, music, tv and film, politics, history, life, and a couple of others,” Bouknight told CASSIUS. “I really wanted it to play on stereotypical things because I wanted it to be a fun light-hearted thing, but I also wanted it to be educational. Not only for gay people, but straight people as well.”
To play the game, you need to have a minimum of three people and a maximum of six people. Each person takes a turn reading the question on the card and there are two types of questions, ones with a majority rules answer and ones with a correct answer. While majority rules questions are more fun, poll-type of questions á la Cards Against Humanity, the correct answer questions are more trivia-based.