Tag Archives: Gender
Assessing the Female Voice: Why Modern Games Are Not Ready for Psychologically-Accurate Female Narratives.
While VentureBeat and Polygon can spend all their time pressing game developers/writers for -potentially burning- commentary on the subject of women in gaming, some of us actually, you know, play games, and, surprisingly, some of us are attuned … Continue reading
Is it any secret, or surprising, that games are overwhelmingly told from a “stereotypical male” perspective? If so, how does this matter for humans in the 21st century? And, if it does matter, what can, or should, be expected from … Continue reading
I want to first thank those that made this entry possible via the Notepad++ platform, because, well, without your robust features and auto-save function, I think I would be a capable of far less, well, far less in a secure … Continue reading
It’s funny…really, it is, how, after two years the image of Wonder Woman, the eponymous Lady of War, can change. I prefer the presentation of the Wonder Woman I originally posted when I discussed the Lady of War Trope. You?