I've been into pee since I was really young. At the time, I had no clue what fetishes were. Heck, even when I was old enough to know (Thirteen if I recall before we left home) I had no clue until we got the internet. As for being pansexual, I discovered I liked both women and mtf trans women during my video scouring days. Back then, I didn't even know that there was such a thing as being pansexual, until I discovered one of my other favorite sites around 2016 and began to take an interest in feminine males. (But for me, they have to be really feminine, like this fellow for example:
Around that time I had read up on pansexuality and finally realized that I had it. Coming out to my family about it scared the life out of me so bad that I cried. My parents approved, and thankfully all was well. However, that was around 2018 or 19, so it was a few years of keeping it hidden just in case.
Realistic wise, back to Tennesse. Especially a stop back to where our old house used to stand, so I could come to terms and hopefully put my severe homesickness to bed. And since our neighbors drove us down here, I'd like to drive back.
Fantasy wise, Japan. It not only looks like a fun place to hang out and go on vacation, but I'd love to go ghost/Yokai hunting there. (Realistically, I do want to go there, but my Thanatophobia keeps me from getting on a plane. Not sure about a boat, however)
Hm, that's a tough one! In my eyes, every game has it's award winning stories and designs, but also their issues. If I had to pick, I'd say Doom Eternal. It not only continues the Doom storyline, but picks up where it's first reboot/continuation left off, giving us more insight as to what's happening to Earth and how Doomguy plans to save it.
As for being hired by Bethesda, if I were an employee tasked with removing bugs, I'd try to sit down with the higher ups and discuss postponing the release date of the latest game so we could stamp out the game breaking bugs that would ruin a player's experience.
It's going to be an uphill battle for me. I have zero experience, sadly.
As for what got me into gaming, Doom 1 and 2. Those were my first games in my childhood. My favorite genre would have to be survival horror, like Resident Evil, for example. As for generation, I guess you could say early 2000's.