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Project COE has an extensive post discussing the portrayal of Native Americans in videogames, stereotypes, and racism by taking a closer look at memorable Native American characters in videogames: We tend to glance over these highly stereotypical portrayals as fun … Continue reading
Clint Hocking has a column on Edge today about why the game industry needs more women, and a few ideas on how to recruit them. The middle part is pretty good, if points our readers are no doubt already familiar … Continue reading
My gender-queerness is intimately entwined with my love of video games. I’ve heard some people say they are a gamer first and a <gendered noun> second. Personally, I leave off the second half of that sentence. I am simply a … Continue reading
This post was written by Latoya Peterson, originally posted at Racialicious, and is kindly republished here with permission. Latoya Peterson provides a hip-hop feminist and anti-racist view on pop culture with a special focus on video games, anime, American comics, … Continue reading