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[TW: Discussion of transphobic joke, real-life experiences of transphobia.] Like many graduate students, I was still finishing up last week’s work at 6 PM on a Saturday. I put on Spike TV’s annual Video Game Awards (re-branded this year as … Continue reading
Contributors include – gunthera1, @devilherdue on Twitter, and Rawles The Video Game Awards (VGAs) will air on Spike on December 10th. This prestigious and exclusive video game award show has, in previous years, included several jokes about testicles/balls, scantily dressed … Continue reading
The Spike 2010 Video Game Awards were on tonight, and I watched it even though I knew it was going to be problematic. Alex reviewed the 2009 VGAs last year, and while this year did contain less jokes about ‘balls’ … Continue reading