Archive for April, 2006
April 12th, 2006

The other day I got an email from an Escapist reader who had “written an article about my article,” a somewhat amusing rant in response to my “Women Monsters and Monstrous Women” piece that, like many others, raised a heated WTF? It’s not the first time or, I’m sure, the last, that someone has had […]

April 10th, 2006

I’ve got to admit, I was losing faith in cybering. Not in a larger, analytical sense (I know cybersex is here to stay), but in the more personal, “Why?” kind of way, I’ve been having my doubts. Besides, most of my recent encounters have left me wondering, “Do this even turn me on?”, or does […]

April 7th, 2006

I just put up a post over at Terra Nova, called “Say Please and Thank You,” about what defines politeness in virtual worlds. Specifically, I was looking at whether or not it’s rude to ask someone in Second Life their real-life gender. It is curious how the normal rules of manners shift online — especially […]

April 4th, 2006

A few days back, I was working on an Escapist piece about a humble, if predictably bizarre idea I’ve discussed here on the blog before, called Sexual New Games Journalism. In writing the piece, I did some reading up to refresh my memory on, well, normal New Games Journalism, a movement I personally found, in […]

April 2nd, 2006

While I’d like to toss out some fun, catchy pitch for this article of mine, “Won’t Someone Think of the Children,” that went up last Tuesday at The Escapist — all about the strangely dissimilar social and legislative fates of pornography and sex in games — it’s already been called less “edgy” and/or “thought-provoking” than […]

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