The premise is simple: you have a car and you are a lesbian. You must make out with other girls while riding in your car and making your car awesome. There are only two stats. This game uses a dice pool system: when you make a check, you roll a d6 for every point you have in that stat and count the number of successes.
That was the question faced by Subaru of America executives in the s. Rather than fight larger car companies over the same demographic of white, toyear-olds living in the suburbs, executives decided to market their cars to niche groups—such as outdoorsy types who liked that Subarus could handle dirt roads. Then they discovered a fifth: lesbians. When marketers talked to these customers, they realized these women buying Subarus were lesbian.
There is no doubt that cars are a symbol of status and practicability within the gay and LGBT community. Wrangler may not be the best drive around town. It may not even be the most reliable. But, it does look good cruising down Oxford St packed full of brothers and sisters. Is Jeep Gladiator a backroom bar on wheels?
If you believe the stereotype , we lesbians supposedly love big cars. Subaru and lesbians supposedly have this great love affair. But who started it is like the chicken-and-egg question. Subaru was the first car company to target the lesbian market.