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Apple, Google Claims They're Cool with Explicit Gay Sex, Blames Comixology for Saga Snafu

Written by ThanosCopter on Wednesday, April 10 2013 and posted in News with Benefits

Apple, Google Claims They're Cool with Explicit Gay Sex, Blames Comixology for Saga Snafu

Representatives for both tech companies are claiming that they did not pull Saga off of Comixology's mobile pages.


Source: Comixology

It appears that Apple might be more cool with explicit gay scenes depicted in comic books afterall.  Macworld is stating that Apple never gave an order to pull Saga #12 off of Comixology's iOS app after Brian K. Vaughan claimed that the comic had been pulled due to showing two explicit gay sex scenes. 

 

Immediately following the news, Comixology quickly released a blog post admitting that it, and not Apple or Google, had made the decision to pull the comic to "respect Apple's policies".  Luckily, Comixology was informed by Apple that it was absolutely cool with explicit gay sex scenes in its comics, leading to the company putting Saga #12 back on the shelves.  We're still waiting to hear exactly why Comixology felt that Saga #12, the least nude issue of the series so far, would invoke Apple's ire, but we'll probably never get a straight answer.

So, to sum up: everyone's cool with gay blowjob/bukkake scenes.  Apple's cool with explicit gay blowjobs, Google's cool with explicit gay blowjobs.  Comixology is cool with explicit gay blowjobs.  Most importantly, the Outhouse, voted as the comic book website most often confused with a gay dating site, is and has always been cool with explicit gay blowjobs. 

You'll be able to purchase gay blowjobs from Comixology's app shortly, or just get onto your Internet browser and find them on the Internet for free. 





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