For a person who has stopped watching Major Crimes, I sure do watch a lot of Major Crimes. I woke up this morning to a message about last night’s episode. 840 more words
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Women’s Center student staff member Prachi reflects on her lifelong hobby of reading comic books and how inclusive comic books as well as how inclusive their industry has been for women, particularly women of color. 1,445 more words
A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about how I wanted game developers to show more creativity when designing games. I wanted them to stop looking at “first person shooters” as a way to beat people over the head with predominantly “male” themes, and to stop looking at “match three games” as a way to beat people over the head with predominantly “female” themes. 1,629 more words
Queer representation in media is a hot topic in today’s world. Queer is a reclaimed term, used by members of the LGBTQ+ community, used to describe people who are not heterosexual, heteroromantic, or cisgender. 213 more words
No one is “white” in the cuilverse, unless they die and/or are evil. People are referred to by their actual heritage if they’re pasty.
Non-POC Europeans (the closest identifier to “white” as currently understood that the cuilverse gets) are generally referred to as the ones that fucked up Earth so bad the goddes lost interest and abandoned the project. 290 more words