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By tigtog on July 27, 2012
Game design consultant Ernest W. Adams at Butterflies and Wheels:
It’s time for us to force the permanent nine-year-olds to grow up or get out of our games and forums.
By tigtog on June 23, 2012
Another comment nugget of awesome found in YATOD, this one in the Penny Arcade forums, on a thread discussing sexism/misogyny in the wake of the hatefest directed against Anita Sarkeesian’s Kickstarter on Tropes vs Women in gaming.
Posted in arts & entertainment, ethics & philosophy, gender & feminism, media, social justice | Tagged gaming, misogyny, nuggets of awesome, objectification, sexism, socialisation, status quo, stereotypes | 3 Responses
By tigtog on May 28, 2012
“let’s pretend social interactions happen without social context”
By Chally on December 7, 2011
To say that the outlets reporting on this think of it as a shock or a misfortune, feel really bad for Ms Scruggs, and are inappropriately sexing it up, misses the main point. There are loads of bigger stories to care about, on economies, wars, and disease. The point is that they are latching on to the most popular plot in the world: the humbling of the pretty girl.