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The following is a guest post from Allegra. Allegra Hawksmoor is a white, (broadly) cis-gendered, bi-sexual writer, anarchist and activist. For the past ten years, she has lived in North Wales with her male partner, who suffers from severe depression. … Continue reading
The following is a guest post from NonCon. Reviewer for the gaming website Gamepad Dojo. Gay gamer, loves games both “casual” and “core,” and hopes to help make the gaming community a more inclusive, friendly one. I doubt that characters of … Continue reading
World of Warcraft’s Feast of Winter Veil has been underway for awhile now, and with it comes new quests, achievements, recipes, and outfits to try to obtain. One of these achievements in particular is called ‘Tis the Season, in which … Continue reading