Finding Ourselves in Play: A New Database of Games on Sexuality, Gender and Relationships

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Finding Ourselves in Play: A New Database of Games on Sexuality, Gender and Relationships——- In a games industry still dominated by heteronormativity, Queerly Represent Me is surfacing games that build an alternative to mainstream representation, and connecting the queer community with games that reflect and support their lives, identities, experiences and relationships. Currently documenting over […]