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The following is a guest post from Scott Madin: Scott Madin is a software engineer and yeller-on-the-internet. He lives in the Boston area with his partner and two cats, and on rare occasions blogs at Fineness & Accuracy. He also … Continue reading
WARNING: Potentially triggering for survivors of rape or sexual assault. AaAaAA!!! – A Reckless Disregard for Gravity is an indie game about BASE jumping. Given that it’s received generally positive reviews (81% on Metacritic), that a friend of mine recommended … Continue reading
by guest contributor Kateri, originally published at her blog, Falling Awkwardly. Kateri is a whitecisbigirlclassicistgamerthing. She likes octopuses and getting caught in the rai… no, actually, just octopuses. When is a woman in a refrigerator not in a refrigerator? Dragon … Continue reading
Here at The Border House, we have mocked and derided the latest round of excuses from game developers about why we can’t play as women in their games. While most of the reasons are disappointing or sometimes laughably stupid, there … Continue reading
by guest contributor Amber Amber is a queer, pasty, cisgender college student currently residing in Pennsylvania. She has a blog on Dreamwidth where she primarily writes about being a feminist and an English major. Trigger Warning Kotaku’s Brian Ashcroft wrote … Continue reading