Jeff Nabors

TTRPG Bundle Supporting Reproductive Rights on Itch.io

For those who are unaware, in the United States, there has been a bucketful of controversy over reproductive rights (mainly Abortion rights). Currently, a leaked Supreme Court opinion may lead to overturning a critical ruling that allows abortions to be performed.

Reproductive rights are fundamental and non-negotiable human rights that need to be defended at all costs.

Several TTRPG designers and publishers have banded together to support reproductive rights, and are currently offering a collection of almost 300 titles that send all of the proceeds to Planned Parenthood and the National Network of Abortion Funds.

You can check out the bundle here. It’s only $5!

These rights are incredibly important, and we hope that you can support those who need their voices heard.


Jeff Nabors

Jeff is an established writer and self-proclaimed “internet person”, known for his Twitch streams and various creative endeavors. He joined the Chasing XP team as Media Director to launch the Chasing XP podcast, as well as to kill any free time he had. When Jeff isn’t busy working, you can probably find him elbow deep in tabletop games or attempting to clear his Steam backlog.

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