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The following is a guest post from Kaitlin Tremblay: Kaitlin Tremblay has a Master’s in English and Film, with a specialization in gender and genre, and is currently living the fabulous life of a publishing intern. She spends most of her … Continue reading
The following post will contain full story spoilers for a side quest in Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Trigger warning for domestic violence and misogynistic language. Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a game full of small stories. Between the main quest, … Continue reading
I told you there was a lot of good stuff recently! First, a post at Pax Valkyrie called (Trigger warning for sexual harassment) “No Flat Girls: How Allies Are Born,” which is the personal story of one woman in the … Continue reading