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A Note on Objectification (In Video Games, and in General)

I recently read a post titled Game Gals, posted by The Jones Rant. In it, the author discusses the notion of objectification in video games. 3,679 more words

Anita Sarkeesian

In Defense of Anita Sarkeesian, Pt. 2: Tropes vs Women

I’ve watched far too many videos concerning Sarkeesian’s YouTube channel, Feminist Frequency, most in particular her Kickstarter series, Tropes vs. Women. Many of her more vocal critics are men, most infamously, YouTube personalities such as… 4,056 more words

Women's Rights

In a zombie apocalypse, we're all damsels in distress

Dying Light has a Damsel in Distress storyline. Dear game developers, it’s 2015 aren’t you embarrassed by this yet?! pic.twitter.com/0CW4mHRvEk

— Feminist Frequency (@femfreq) February 1, 2015…

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Thoughts on Liana Kerzner's Feminist Frequency critique

Liana Kerzner’s recent excellent five-part article series on Feminist Frequency and the work of Anita Sarkeesian spurred me to think on previous writings, and I thought I would revisit some of them in the context of Kerzner’s work. 1,163 more words

Is Anita Sarkeesian Really That Bad?

Who is gaming’s biggest villain? Bowser? The Los Santos Police Department? Big Daddy? Alas, no. It seems gaming has itself an adversary larger, scarier, deadlier than any other foe we’ve seen before. 1,191 more words


#GamerGate lampoons the Orwellian nature of social justice warriors [Photoshop]

Anita Sarkeesian the founder of the blog Feminist Frequency and the”social justice warrior” (SJW) bent on using the hammer of radical feminism to attack to force the video game industry into politically correct compliance. 204 more words


Misogyny, Sexism, and Too Many Others

This post sort of goes in hand with my previous post, The Banana Theory. If you haven’t read it yet, go here: https://southpaw7writer.wordpress.com/2015/01/25/the-banana-theory/

We all know that there’s an issue with equality in many if not all aspects of the world. 2,240 more words