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Thursday, August 28, 2014


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Arcadia Codesmith

Gamer = Human. Human = Gamer. It really is that simple. Playing games is hard-wired into our nervous system. Being able to model and "play" scenarios without real-world consequences is a critical survival mechanism.

There's zero compelling evidence that a 'Y' chromosome magically grants you any greater inherent aptitude at it or fundamentally changes the way you play.

Ghosty Kips

You're a blogger. NOW let's talk about ungainly stereotypes. :)

Ciaran Laval

It's disappointing to read a blog post such as this from someone who regularly highlights inequality and discrimination in gaming circles.

Gamers come in many sizes and many forms, casual gamers, hardcore gamers etc. "gamer" is not a dirty word and nor should it be used as such.

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