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Hans said "A contract that allows one party to unilaterally withdraw from the deal already agreed to after the other party has detrimentally relied upon their assurances would not typically be enforceable." Oh, but it would be enforceable against the party who breached it. Whether or not there was a written contract, you relied to your detriment on kickstarter's (sic) representations. Their "rules" are void for vagueness. IMHO (retired lawyer without much contract experience) all you need is a sympathetic lawyer who has a desire to hold these vermin into account. They richly deserve to learn what diversity really means.
Beware of people who use They/Them as their pronouns. They are easily triggered.
Hans - The second link in your email doesn't work, and so far there is no listing of "The Wise of Heart" on FUNDMYCOMIC.COM. I will double my previous pledge. I wrote kickstarter to tell them they were unprincipled, hypocritical censors, who ignore their own rules to censor content they don't like. Liars, as well.
In just five hours we're more than halfway back to where we were yesterday when Kickstarter cancelled the project. Thanks for your support.