Our recap of queer video game characters, from frosty lesbian Vivian Pentreath through gay street fighters, bisexual vampires, and transgender warriors.
Whether you’re looking for something playful suggestive or explicitly hands-on, these three sexy card games give a new meaning to ‘getting a good hand’
Both the founder and co-founder of the queer gaming convention and the video game development studio are facing sexual misconduct allegations
Amid the engaging panels, cosplayers and game demos of GaymerX East 2017, we asked its organizers to share their highlights from this year’s convention
GaymerX East 2017 is this weekend and it’s chockfull of games, interesting folks and panels on a variety of queer gaming issues — come take a look
The first few years of GaymerX had been troubled by high event costs and a fledgling staff, but they’re back and they need your help
While RPGs have hidden gay sex scenes deep within, this one saturates you in gayness and never lets go.
Racism, misogyny and queerphobia don’t have to be a normal part of playing online games, especially if more of us oppose it.
Ayn Rand quotes and anti-government lawn signs greet visitors to the world’s largest video arcade. If you disagree, is it still okay to go inside?
Instead of fetishizing difficulty, gamers should embrace additional accessibility options for the good of the fandom.
Find out which six video game couples we TOTALLY ship. If you don’t write fan-fic, that just means we think they should hookup for some sweet, sweet lovin’.
Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people — Ladies Against Humanity have made it slightly less for horrible people, but way more funny in the process.
GX (aka. GaymerX) is an annual tabletop and video game convention focusing on LGBTQ issues. Its panels and workshops cover gaymer culture and queer representation in video games as well as game development.
Crowd-funders helped raise over $90,000 for the convention’s first year. It has since grown to include high-level corporate sponsors and vendors as well as speakers and personalities from across the world including gay games creator Robert Yang and transgender media critic Katherine Cross. The convention has also helped raise awareness about trans-misogyny in geek culture, bullying and class issues in gaming and queer artists and allies working to make gaming more inclusive.