If you mean what I think you mean by "wild party", why would a straight character engage in it?Maybe your character thinks he/she is straight at the beginning but figures out that’s not the case after a wild party or whatever
Wtf?!If you mean what I think you mean by "wild party", why would a straight character engage in it?
It's the same kind of reasoning which lead to lesbians being raped by straight males because "If they said they don't like it it's because they didn't try it for good!"...
https://www.polygon.com/e3/2019/6/17/18681819/cyberpunk-2077-demo-impressions-e3-2019“We don’t really treat romances in our games as something stat-based that you need to level up for to actually unlock,” Tomaszkiewicz says. “We treat it more as a narrative situation where how you interact with the NPCs matters actually whether they like you or not.”
https://www.gamespot.com/articles/cyberpunk-2077-designer-explains-romance-in-the-up/1100-6468023/"As for romances, throughout the game players will meet lots of characters with their own goals, motivations and needs," Sasko wrote in a statement to GameSpot. "Sometimes those goals align with what V is trying to achieve and, depending on the player's decisions, it may spark interest on the side of the NPC. Side characters won't fall for V in every scenario though. When something is not right, they may choose friendship over a romantic relationship. The sexual orientation of a given NPC also plays a role in such interactions ... Players' choices define how many relationships V is going to have--but some preferences are impossible to change, almost how it is in real life. We believe that this is one of the key factors that makes characters feel genuine, natural, and real. We pay a great deal of attention to characters in the story, as they are the main pillars of the plot. And also because of that I should not say more about the topic, not to spoil anything for our players."