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Made for Men, By Men

Posted by on Sep 10, 2011 in From the Archives | 0 comments

Taken from a post she originally wrote in the beginning of May 2011, Minnie offers you a less serious looks into the odd role of women in video games, starting with when she played Mass Effect 1 and had utterly no idea that there was even the option to be a women, coming to the sad realisation along the way that women always look weird in games and that she’s too vain to risk it and finally finishing with the desire to be a Crusader for female gamers everywhere!

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Stereotypes: Not Just for Ladies

Posted by on Aug 26, 2011 in Girl Gamer | 12 comments

This week, Minnie takes a look at the wider societal issues of stereotypes, of women and of men, and how these inadvertently spill over into our video games.

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Women and Mass Effect

Posted by on Aug 19, 2011 in Girl Gamer | 12 comments

This week, Minnie takes a deeper look at the critically acclaimed Mass Effect to explore and discuss the ways in which it portrays women, both positively and negatively.

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