• Posts Tagged ‘feminism’

    RESISTOR: glitchwitches and SJWs welcome

    by  • February 1, 2016 • Design & Art • Comments Off on RESISTOR: glitchwitches and SJWs welcome

    My friend Elissa and I are currently Kickstarting this zine that I’m really excited about. It’s called RESISTOR, and it features original games, fiction, and artwork focusing on the correlation between technology, magic, and social issues through a cyberpunk lens. We both love the zine aesthetic, that locally printed, hand made, passed out at...

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    Witchy Feminist Games

    by  • October 22, 2015 • Design & Art • Comments Off on Witchy Feminist Games

    So my friend and co-blogger Dymphna wrote this beautiful feminist witchy game and shared it on G+. I was like, that’s so awesome! Dang! Look it’s about women’s work but also about being witches! Ah this is everything I like! Then she invited me, Meg Baker, and Filamena Young to write a collection of...

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    Writing All The Things

    by  • October 15, 2015 • Design & Art • Comments Off on Writing All The Things

    Freelancing has been an interesting new challenge for me in the game design world. I’ve been writing a lot of stretch goals for Kickstarters, working on small games for a few various projects, and finishing up some really big designs I’ve been working on forever. I’m not really new to the concept of doing...

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    Pregnancy, Contraception, & Childbirth in Games – Podcasting as Women!

    by , , and  • February 24, 2015 • News, People & Events • Comments Off on Pregnancy, Contraception, & Childbirth in Games – Podcasting as Women!

    Last weekend, Meguey Baker, Filamena Young, and Wundergeek talked about halfling sheela-na-gigs, post-partum depression, and bunnies (among other things) in a panel discussion on pregnancy, childbirth, and contraception in gaming.

    You can watch or listen here!


    Three Words That Will Change Your Game

    by  • January 22, 2015 • Design & Art, Essays • 4 Comments

    Start your journey now, my lady.  Courtesy of Claudia Cangini.  http://claudiacangini.deviantart.com/ | plus.google.com/+ClaudiaCangini

    Early the campaign of my current Rothlingsmark game, I asked my GM (who is also my husband, Geoffrey) a simple question that completely changed the course of the game. The question was made half in jest. It was a sort of “I’m joking unless you’re serious” kind of joke, anyway. I referenced it in...

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    A Similar Kind of Negotiation

    by  • December 23, 2014 • Essays • Comments Off on A Similar Kind of Negotiation

    A Disclaimer: This post involves a tiny bit of NSFW content, in the form of erotic storytelling.   “Stick your ass out a little bit further,” I insist, with my strictest topping tone, though I let a little smirk escape. My playmate smiles back at me over her shoulder, eyes wide and playing helpless,...

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    Advance Review – Letters To Lovecraft

    by  • November 17, 2014 • Reviews • Comments Off on Advance Review – Letters To Lovecraft

    Disclaimer: I was contacted and received an advance review copy of the book from Stone Skin Press. I’ll admit, I was a bit hesitant going into this book. I wasn’t completely sure what I’d find inside, but I was curious as 7 out of 18 authors were women, and I was told they had...

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    What Next? – #1reasonwhy

    by  • July 14, 2014 • Essays • 1 Comment

    I want you to imagine that sometime between your 8th and 15th birthdays, your skin gradually gained a blue sheen – nothing so dramatic as waking up one day and discovering that you’d gone full out smurf.  Just… your sixth grade picture shows the same skin tone you always shared with all of your...

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