• This Week in Gaming

    by and  • May 20, 2012 • News • 1 Comment

    Why “Straight White Male” is like playing on Easy Mode. This post by John Scalzi is, hands down, the best explanation of privilege for a gaming audience I have ever seen. I’m going to link this now and forever. – wundergeek

    Anita Sarkeesian, the woman behind the fabulous Feminist Frequency series of videos, has launched a Kickstarter to fund a series of long-form videos about tropes vs. women in video games. It looks to be an interesting project. – wundergeek

    Brian Psiropoulos wrote about similar issues as my Performing Gender piece in his post called Gender/Play on the girls like giants blog. Thanks for the heads up Brian! It’s cool to see people discussing this in the video game genre as well.  – Kira



    I’m an occasional game illustrator, and game designer, long-time LARPer, and player of tabletop roleplaying games (mostly indie games). I have a terminal addiction to board games. I also play both PC and console games – mainly RPGs of all stripes, but I do enjoy puzzle games like Katamari as well. My main source of gaming notoriety, however, is the feminist gaming blog Go Make Me a Sandwich. In addition to being a cranky feminist blogger, I am a photographer and somewhat half-assed writer living in the wilds of Canada with a wonderful spouse and two slightly broken cats.




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